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White 1870

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08-01-2020 23:20:31

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We found a White 1870 tractor said it is a 73 model ,is red with white side panel, cab looks same as the Oliver 55 series .
I can not find any information on this model ,did find the green Oliver 1870, anyone have information on the White 1870.

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08-03-2020 12:05:31

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 Re: White 1870 in reply to HarveyHall, 08-01-2020 23:20:31  
Thanks for the information ,I did find the info on the M M site .

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08-02-2020 06:02:23

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 Re: White 1870 in reply to HarveyHall, 08-01-2020 23:20:31  
White 1870's made in '73 & '74. 424 units were made as 1870's. Roughly 450 were made as G-955's. Engine was MM-451 diesel, 98 PTO hp. Rear half of tractor made by Oliver. Heavy built tractor.

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08-02-2020 04:01:53

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 Re: White 1870 in reply to HarveyHall, 08-01-2020 23:20:31  
Most of the red and white were sold in Canada by former Cockshutt dealers. Had a red and white 2270 for a while. Same as a G1355 MM. Green ones were typically labeled as Oliver's. Lots of mix and match in that time period.

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08-02-2020 01:12:28

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 Re: White 1870 in reply to HarveyHall, 08-01-2020 23:20:31  
There has been a discussion or two about them in the Minnie-Mo forum. Also known as G955s.

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