I'd say somebody hit an extra key and it should be $950. He's not that ridiculous on the other Olivers.
That said,I'm still trying to figure out what it is? The motor looks like a 66,but that's an 88 grille. The hood isn't right for it,it's too long. The gas tank isn't mounted in there right. Looks like quite the cobble job. Or pile of parts if you prefer.
Re: Oliver 66 in reply to rrlund, 04-11-2013 13:23:08
Yea looks like he took the nose cone, grills, and hood off a 88 and threw it on the 66. Gas tank I don't get but there is a gas tank strap laying on top of the hood. The hood kind of acts like a roof over the gauges. I'm sure that's why one would do that....
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