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Picture of my 1946 Oliver 60 that my Grandad left me from the farm. I restored it in 1976, also in the picture is my 1949 Oliver 77 gas. I took 4 junk tractors to make one, also put on a loader for snow and dirt work.
My Dad’s 1953 Oliver 77 diesel loaded to go to a tractor show last Summer. I also restored the 77 D in 1999.
My 70 Oliver 1946 simple front that I restored in 2005.
My 1949 Oliver 77 gas with a 1958 model #4 2 row corn picker that I restored in 1997.
My 770 Oliver gas Row Crop 1964 with a 4 row front mounted cultivator.
A picture of several of my Ford garden tractors that I have been restoring for the last several years.
Another picture of the garden tractors, as of today I have 10 Ford garden tractors with different pieces of equipment on each of them. I have another garden tractor that I traded for, coming in a couple months.
Polk City, Iowa
Steiner Tractor Parts will be closed Thursday, November 23rd
through Sunday, November 26th for the Thanksgiving holiday.
We will reopen Monday, November 27th at 8:00am.
As always, orders can be placed online 24/7 at www.SteinerTractor.com
We hope you and your family have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!
We’re hitting the road and heading to the largest gas tractor show in Michigan. This year they also have the honor of hosting the National Allis Chalmers “Gathering of the Orange” show. With four days of jam-packed fun, this show is one you won’t want to miss.
Stop by our table and pick up a copy of our 2017 catalog, or come visit us at our store in Lennon, less than 25 miles away.
Mid-Michigan Old Gas Tractor’s 43rd Annual Show
“Gathering of the Orange”
August 17th – 20th, 2017
-Tractor Pulls -Small Engines -Threshing -Steam Engines
-Machine Shop -Arts & Crafts -Tinsmith -Cross Cut Saw
-Crop Demos -Broom Making -Quilting -Flea Market
-Kids Crafts -Petting Zoo -Drag Saw -Shingle Mill
-Rock Crushing -Wood Working -Baling -Grist Mill
-Dynamometers -Souvenir Shack -Gang Saw -Blacksmith
-Handle Mill -Veneer Mill -Saw Mill -Engine Barn
-Food Vendors -Daily Parade -Fireworks -Tractor Raffle
-Basket Making -Wool Spinning -Live Bands -Bingo
For more details, please view our event page or www.MMOGTA.org
Bret Weikert was heading out on the Tractor Relay Across Nebraska but before he left he needed a new water pump for his Farmall M. Bret spoke with our tech Dennis and he sold him on our newly designed IHS189. After completing the 9 day, 500 mile drive Bret emailed us with his story and pictures.
Just a recap I purchased one of your newly redesigned water pumps for a Farmall M. It has worked flawlessly with no leaks or issues. It was very easy to install even with the radiator still in place. Took my dad and I around 45 minutes. No complaints here and I may have even sold a few other guys on our tractor drive on purchasing them from you too.
The ride I went on was the Tractor Relay Across Nebraska. It was 9 days and somewhere between 400-500 miles long. Steiner was a sponsor for part of the ride and I thank you for that sponsorship. We also raise money for Operation Comfort Warriors along our trip and that is something the relay has been doing for 4 or 5 years now.
For more information you can check out the club’s Facebook page.
I got this 1958 Oliver 770 a year ago. It was in rough shape and didn’t run. I had to pull it for two miles with my pickup just to get somewhere to load it. Got it home and got it running just to find the ring gear was out of it. It has been a rough job with a lot of help from my friend Kirk, but it runs good now. I plan to use the tractor to plow snow and brush hog. Now the Oliver’s main job is taking two year old twins my wife babysits on rides. They really like it!
This is my newly restored 1951 Oliver Row Crop 77. The Oliver 77 was the first tractor my Dad and I each drove as kids on the farm. So naturally we restored this one together. We did it over the summer of 2016. I learned so much from my Dad during the restoration. He’s had Olivers & Whites his whole life and is a walking encyclopedia of them. A few of the highlights of this 77 are power steering, dual hydraulics, and we custom fit flat top fenders from a 1650 to the 77 to add our own touch. We recently purchased an Oliver 770 to restore together, and can’t wait to get started. Father/son time doesn’t get any better!
Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
Pictures of the restoration process.
This is our 1954 Oliver 77 row crop. We pulled it out of the shed with hardly any usable rubber to pull it two miles home. We spent about two months getting it to run right.
This summer we started on restoring the sheet metal and eventually getting to the cast iron. We are missing the front panels hoping on finding two good ones plus a not so rusty rim. We are hoping on getting everything looking new again.
1966 Oliver 1850 with its “work clothes” on in Northwest Iowa after resting in the barn for the past 12 years. This picture is the day it was moved out of the barn and got a fresh battery and fuel and it started right up as if was just put in the barn the night before. The tractor has been in our family since bought new in 1966. Looking forward to restoring this tractor with my son and daughter someday back to the way it looked when it rolled on to the farm in 1966 and using it in local parades.