Posted by Centex_farmer_82 on February 27, 2013 at 13:30:37 from (184.108.40.206):
hey guys, just picked up an Oliver 1850 and later on down the road this year after I get done with my spring time work am looking to repaint it. 2 Questions for those of you who remember these tractors as they were new in dealerships: 1st the side placards that say OLIVER 1850 where these painted on or decals as I see them sold in decal sets yet originals appear to be faded out paint and not remnants of a decal? 2nd Question is do any of you have any old pix you could post of the original Ollies? looking for some reference as to just what and what not was painted as I recall once seeing an old sales brochure for one and to my surprise all filters, starter, and radiator hoses were green just like when someone dont take time for prep work when they repaint a 4020 JD. Thanks
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