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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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02-17-2013 05:30:32

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I could have bought one a few years ago,older restoration,new tires when it was restored,$600 delivered. I passed. I've already got one. I know the guy who DID buy it for that.

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Grant Harvey

02-17-2013 05:46:37

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 Re: Oliver 70 in reply to rrlund, 02-17-2013 05:30:32  
Wow! They really have a low value . I guess that puts 1200 for a a complete one and a parts one out of the correct price range.

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02-17-2013 06:43:53

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 Re: Oliver 70 in reply to Grant Harvey, 02-17-2013 05:46:37  
I'd try $800. Might sit a while before you get it. The made so darned many of those,unless it has a wide front,is a stardard or is the real early unstyled,there's one in every fencerow.
Mine's been sitting in the corner of the toolshed for two or three years. I don't know why,but I just can't fall in love with that tractor.

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grant harvey

02-17-2013 07:08:04

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 Re: Oliver 70 in reply to rrlund, 02-17-2013 06:43:53  
i understand, i don"t own it just doing some reserch before i even call the guy who is selling. But it seems unless I can get the pair of them for like $500 bucks it"s not worth it.

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02-17-2013 07:32:27

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 Re: Oliver 70 in reply to grant harvey, 02-17-2013 07:08:04  
Let's just say,if you plan to make any money off them,you won't. If you just want a 70 of your own,well,that's a different issue.

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Neil Grant

02-18-2013 05:32:21

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 Re: Oliver 70 in reply to rrlund, 02-17-2013 07:32:27  
I can't speak for the row crop, but the Cockshutt 70 standard which my father got when I was about two will be either owned by one of my boys or in my estate sale. I spent many hours on it with 3 12 inch bottoms or an 8 ft Oliver disk as well a pulling a 620 baler and a 422 combine. Less than perfect without the lpto thought. Great tractor. The 70 row crop last nebraska test pulled more than the first 77 Nebraska test. The 70 standard on steel pulled 90 percent of its weight in first gear, which may be a record at Nebraska?
Mine is now my rack platform tractor for moving stuff, cutting lumber, and a moving tool bench.

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