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|bruce Shipp||I am fairly new to this whole tractor thing, especially Oliver tractors. I am looking at an Oliver 55, early 60s, that has been freshly overhauled 10 hours ago: ground crank, new rods, new rings, all new brearings and gaskets. Tires are good, No smoke, no leaks, new paint. He is asking $4200. Is this even close to a reasonable price? Thanks.
|Bill||Bruce, super 55's were made from 1954 through 1958. The price sounds a little high but then again I haven't seen the tractor. If you decide to go with it make sure the hydraulics are up to par.
|Kevin||If it has PTO and a good hydralic 3 point lift, thats a good price. The Super 55 is from the fifties, the 550 replaced it through the sixties. The Oliver will have more horsepower than the Ford 8N and 9N it competed against.