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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Re: I Dont Know What He's Smoking But.....

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oliverkid

07-17-2017 13:01:01




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Even with being the third 18-28, I just have a hard time fathoming 8 grand for the poor old girl. It cant claim the title of the third Oliver because of the chilled plow tractors built before it and you would have to go back and check build records to see which of the Oliver Hart Parr models rolled out first, was it the 18-27's, 18-28's, 28-44's? There could have been an entire run of a different model before the first batch of 18-28's rolled off the line. Calling it the third Oliver ever built is just a pretty bold statement for someone to make in my opinion. Dont get me wrong its a really cool find and I hope somebody saves it and brings it back to life but I cant see him getting more than maybe a grand out of it. I dont know what its like in other parts of the country but around here any of the older Oliver Hart Parrs like that just dont seem to bring any money. This one being number three does make it special but with the condition its in ide be willing to bet a guy could get at least 20 grand wrapped up in a full resto on that tractor to do it right like it deserves to be done. Kinda hard to swallow that number when a guy around here could probably buy a decent running and operating 18-28 for around $1500.

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DB4600

07-19-2017 06:53:08




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 Re: I Dont Know What He's Smoking But..... in reply to oliverkid, 07-17-2017 13:01:01  
I'm surprised R Lund hasn't chimed in as this appears to be a rare tri-directional model. Hence the asking price. The Princeton address looks familiar to this site as well as C-list. He seems to have a good reputation and I guess buying something in this condition shouldn't bring you any surprises. Time will tell.



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J. Schwiebert

07-17-2017 15:10:16




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 Re: I Dont Know What He's Smoking But..... in reply to oliverkid, 07-17-2017 13:01:01  
Model A tractors (28-44) and Row crop tractors were built before the 18-28. Also remember cross motor Hart Parr tractors were also built in 1930 yet.



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