Online Catalogue last updated 9th of June 2016
When two young men, Charles H. Hart and Charles H. Parr, began a stationary gasoline engine company in the late 1800's, they probably never imagined how the industry would grow and evolve throughout the next century. Now is you opportunity to follow their company, Hart-Parr, from the beginning with the building of the first gasoline traction engine, the No. 1, through the merger which created the Oliver Farm Equipment Company in 1929, and then the purchase of the company by White Motor Company in 1960. All of the related farm tractors are featured in this new book. This is the definitive guide toe the incredible tractors that helped define farming during the 20th century. Author Larry Gay has taken each model and researched it - providing all the pertinent information and photographs. For the first time, Oliver, Hart-Parr and White enthusiasts can see for themselves the evolution of this incredible tractor line. Behind the scene stories are also included to give you the entire picture. The appendix features Nebraska Tractor Test results and serial numbers. This book with over 200 black and white photographs will provide hours of enjoyment. Soft cover.
Code No. 008137, 104 pages, ISBN 0929355784, $29.00