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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Ok, Has anybody seen one?

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oliverkid

11-28-2019 10:11:37




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Or better yet know where one might be tucked away?




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John Schoenauer

11-29-2019 10:44:01




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 Re: Ok, Has anybody seen one? in reply to oliverkid, 11-28-2019 10:11:37  
I got this information in a book from Floyd County Museum. My copy does not have the title but I think is Serial Number book by Lloyd McCray. The information was put together by Loyd McCray, Field Service Supervisor for White-New Idea Farm Equipment Company in 1993. There is information from all brands owned by White. My observation is Minneapolis Moline kept better records.

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John Schoenauer

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tomstractorsandtoys

11-28-2019 19:57:58




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 Re: Ok, Has anybody seen one? in reply to oliverkid, 11-28-2019 10:11:37  
I never knew Oliver made one. I have a Deere 550 that we still use and had a sales brochure for a IH one. There are several NH ones setting in MO close to where my daughter lives. Very interesting. Tom



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John Schoenauer

11-28-2019 17:20:20




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 Re: Ok, Has anybody seen one? in reply to oliverkid, 11-28-2019 10:11:37  
According to a serial number book I have, the dryers were made in Oliver's Shelbyville Plant in 1959. They had 2 models a 203 and a 206. 203 serial numbers 19004Y - 19053Y and 206 serial numbers 190554Y - 19063Y.

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John Schoenauer



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rrlund

11-29-2019 06:49:40




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 Re: Ok, Has anybody seen one? in reply to John Schoenauer, 11-28-2019 17:20:20  
That surprises me that Oliver actually built them. Stuff like that was usually built by another vendor.



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JD Seller

11-29-2019 23:58:06




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 Re: Ok, Has anybody seen one? in reply to rrlund, 11-29-2019 06:49:40  
Randy can you shot me an email. I would like to talking to you about some stuff.



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rrlund

11-30-2019 06:21:07




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 Re: Ok, Has anybody seen one? in reply to JD Seller, 11-29-2019 23:58:06  
Done.



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J. Schwiebert

11-28-2019 13:25:12




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 Re: Ok, Has anybody seen one? in reply to oliverkid, 11-28-2019 10:11:37  
Yes! We sold 2 Oliver crow dryers. One came from the farm science review. The guy that had it last took it apart and used the sides to build a fence. He lived in a remodeled one room school house. About 10 years ago. I asked once who made them for Oliver. Something I do have literature on is the White airagation equipment



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oliverkid

11-28-2019 13:36:56




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 Re: Ok, Has anybody seen one? in reply to J. Schwiebert, 11-28-2019 13:25:12  
Wish I could find one in some kind of shape. It would be sweet to fix one up to run again.



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NYOlivers

11-28-2019 12:10:54




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 Re: Ok, Has anybody seen one? in reply to oliverkid, 11-28-2019 10:11:37  
I have never personally seen one. I did see something about this one the Oliver/White facebook page awhile back.



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