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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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JoeMartin

03-13-2018 04:34:49




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My friend has an Oliver 1250 Fiat diesel. It's been sitting as long as I've known him. He hauled it home when his dad passed and they sold the farm. He said he never really needed it so he never fixed the starter. It's been sitting at least 10 years. I have a Massey 135 gasser, so I don't really "need" it, but I hate to see stuff fade into the ground. He said it was functioning well when he parked it. Is the Fiat reliable? Are parts available? Ball park on what I should offer for a non runner. Thanks, Joe.

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JoeMartin

03-17-2018 02:05:35




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-13-2018 04:34:49  
Sorry it took a couple days to get back, we had 2 funerals, been a sad week. I'm going to pass on the tractor. Don said to give his cell number and you can call him. You can call Don Penn Small Engines at 240-409-5433. Tell him Joe sent you.



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Traditional Farmer

03-16-2018 10:48:28




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-13-2018 04:34:49  
Anyone get it yet?



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j williams

03-14-2018 14:55:32




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-13-2018 04:34:49  
Dang i am finding out a lot of my neighbors are on this sight. I am about 10 miles south of Loveville Md. I would like to look at that 1250 oliver myself.



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JoeMartin

03-14-2018 03:25:40




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-13-2018 04:34:49  
I went to school in Charlotte Hall MD, is that getting close?



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Traditional Farmer

03-14-2018 08:19:09




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-14-2018 03:25:40  
Ever run into Bill White the old junk guy and farm machinery man? He lived close to Loveville great old fellow.



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J. Schwiebert

03-14-2018 04:55:17




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-14-2018 03:25:40  
They have a Sikesville address. We go with them once in a while to Fredrick. Send me an e-mail and include your phone number. I have a couple of pointers for you before you try to start it. J.



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JoeMartin

03-13-2018 18:50:53




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-13-2018 04:34:49  
I'm in Frederick. I might see Don tomorrow, if I do I'll get what info I can. If I decide to pass on it I'll email the first person that responded and go down the line. Thanks for the input, Joe.



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Traditional Farmer

03-14-2018 00:04:38




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-13-2018 18:50:53  
If someone that can use it wants it then let them have it as far as I'm concerned if not I'd get it to keep it from being scrapped.I'm a little over 100 miles South of Frederick.



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J. Schwiebert

03-13-2018 16:22:13




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-13-2018 04:34:49  
The diesel is a decent tractor. Send me an e-mail and include yor phone number. Where areyou in Maryland? Our one son lives there. Thanks. J.



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J. Schwiebert

03-13-2018 16:26:15




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 Re: 1250 in reply to J. Schwiebert, 03-13-2018 16:22:13  
I forgot my e-mail. Sorry. J.



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JoeMartin

03-13-2018 10:05:55




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-13-2018 04:34:49  
Sorry, it's in MD. It's the 4 cylinder diesel, with 24 volt.



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Traditional Farmer

03-13-2018 11:02:40




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-13-2018 10:05:55  
In that case its close to me,if you decide against getting it and it looks like its going to scrap I'd like a chance at buying it as I'd hate to see it junked.I'll pay more than scrap price for sure.



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rrlund

03-13-2018 07:17:16




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-13-2018 04:34:49  
Is this thing anywhere near mid Michigan? I'd like a chance at it if you don't want it.



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Traditional Farmer

03-13-2018 07:06:11




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-13-2018 04:34:49  
If its a 1250 it'll have a 24V starter which will probably equal big $$$$ to fix,but you can pull start it and see how it runs I wouldn't put much in it.I have a couple those for parts BTW.



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rrlund

03-13-2018 06:54:18




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-13-2018 04:34:49  
If it's the 3 cylinder diesel,it's a fair tractor. If it was offered to me and only needed a starter,I'd go $500 on it without hesitation. Much more than that,they'd have to fix the starter so I could hear it run.



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JoeMartin

03-13-2018 05:08:14




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 Re: 1250 in reply to JoeMartin, 03-13-2018 04:34:49  
Just went through some old post and other stuff I found in a search. This might be one of those best left sitting as a lawn ornament. It looks complete, but I'm not looking for a money pit, just to bring firewood up from my splitting area to the front porch.



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