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Oliver 1650 vs 1750
|Michael L Wilson||I am still looking to purchase an Oliver and found these two for sale. I don't know much about larger Olivers and hope someone can give me some advice. The 1650 is supposed to have a rebuilt engine and has Hydra power shift. What is that? and is it a potential source for problems? Seller states it runs good and starts right up. He took it in trade for a large semi. $4500 for this one.
The 1750 has been used for light work and was pulled out of the barn, put in gas and a new battery and started right up. Seller wants 3500 for it. Both look good from the photos. I don't know the hours on the 1750 and haven't talked to the seller on the phone yet.
I would really like to have one with a front end loader but I haven't run across any for sale within my price range. I know of one for 5500 but don't want to go that high as this will just be a large toy to do some pulling and driving in local tractor shows. Are these good tractors or should I look for something else in the oliver line?
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