Yes the red, white and blue Heritage tractors was a promotion by the company. There were MM tractors with the color scheme in addition to the Olivers. The tractors were painted in the factory with the red paint that was being used on the Cockshutt tractors. The white and blue stripes was a reflectorized decal material that came in rolls.
The customer that purchased one of the Heritage tractors was given a 30' flag pole and a large U. S. flag.
I was working in one of the companies branches at the time and had rolls of the white and blue decals in my office. It has long been gone, wish I had saved some of it. I don't think that there is any documentation in the build cards to know how many were produced.
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