Yes,Oliver made their own choppers. Those self propelleds were based on the combine design. Some thought they bought out Fox because the heads and a lot of parts were interchangable. At one time Oliver tried to buy Fox,but somebody at the top at Fox wouldn't allow the sale because Oliver wasn't Wisconsin based company. Crazy.
Re: Last of the 72 Ollie pics in reply to rrlund, 02-22-2013 08:11:37
Nice pictures. I have a 1973 "White is up to something" brochure my uncle gave me when i was a kid. its 95% oliver with a couple MM pictures. Some of the disk/chisel pictures are the same. My brother colored on and tore out the back hay tool pages.
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