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For its time, Oliver Standard 70 tractor was a significant and progressive machine.
In 1930s, the crisis (Great Depression) began to subside and farmers looked to the future with cautious optimism.
Old machinery, such as Fordson tractors, was worn out, and farmers needed new machines.
The Oliver Standard 70 tractor, which appeared in 1935, was good as a dinner spoon, and it came at the right time and place.
The gearbox, the body of which served as part of the cast iron frame of the tractor, was mechanical, had 5 forward gears and one reverse speed.
A 6-speed gearbox was offered as an option from 1938 and became standard in 1944.
The inertia-oil air filter required daily cleaning, as written in the instructions on its body.
The Oliver Standard 70 did not have a cab, like most agricultural tractors of that time, and the hood was made in an automotive design, its sides were closed, which was rare for tractors of that time.
Many tractors have survived to this day, and in a variety of forms.
Enough and dilapidated copies, and carefully restored, as if just left the factory gates.
Of course, no one has been working for them for a long time, but from time to time farmers show that the old horse does not spoil the furrow.
The tractor turned out to be successful, in the vastness of America this tractor is still remembered and loved.