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Bill Cover of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania shares the story of his family’s Red Oliver 70 Row Crop.

Run Time: 00:05:57

About this Episode

Bill Cover of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania shares the story of his family’s Red Oliver 70 Row Crop. Bill’s grandfather, William Cover bought the tractor new in 1938. This tractor is unique in that it was painted red instead of the traditional Oliver green. The color of the tractor was part of a contest where people voted on the color they like the best.

 




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