The Finest in Farm and Industrial Machinery Moves to Madison, South Dakota

By Staff

Hart-Parr/Oliver Collector’s Assn. Rt. 5, Box 185 Harbeson,
Delaware 19951

Mark your calendar for the weekend of August 27, 28, 29,1993.
That’s when Oliver’s family of sturdy, colorful tractors
and machinery will be moving to the Historic Prairie Village Steam
Threshing Jamboree at Madison, South Dakota. There’ll be more
than 300 antique tractors and pieces of agricultural and industrial
machinery operating and on display. There’ll be a large flea
market and vendors’ displays of parts and services to keep
those outstanding Oliver’s in tip-top shape.

There will be no overcrowding at Madison. Historic Prairie
Village is just what the name implies village of more than 40
restored buildings on more than 100 acres of show grounds.

The Hart-Parr Oliver Collector’s Association will feature
the Oliver 99 tractor, and they plan to have a restored Hart-Parr
Little Red Devil on display along with a rare Oliver 60 Standard
experimental tractor. They might also have the Oliver XO-121
experimental tractor which contributed so much to tractor engine
design and tractor fuel efficiency. There will be many more wheel
and crawler tractors there that you will want to see. wallet!

The Hart-Parr Oliver Collector’s Association was founded in
December of 1989. The Association has over 1300 members from all
parts of the U.S., Canada, and around the world. Hart-Parr and
Oliver have a brilliant history of leadership in design in the
tractor industry. Come see them in August at the Prairie Village
Jamboree at Madison, South Dakota.

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