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Antique Oliver Tractor: Oliver RowCrop 66

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This is a scaled down version of the Oliver 77. It featured the same six-speed transmission and the same engine except with 4-cylinders instead of 6.

Oliver RowCrop 66 Tractor


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larry vince wrote on Saturday, June 22, 2013 (PDT):
  • just bought 66 oliver and looking for complete seat assembly from the deck up. steiner lists replacement parts but not the complete frame assembly and seat.
    frankie l blevins wrote on Wednesday, March 30, 2011 (PDT):
  • i got a oliver 66 row crop can,t find side panels would like to know what it,s worth does anyone know let me know if you would please i put 1.600.00 on it.
    fred bergman wrote on Tuesday, May 25, 2010 (PDT):
  • I have a 1954 66 row crop oliver with the wide front axle .#4503481 I just listed it on ebay if anyone is interested.Great running condition with side curtains hydra-electric switches with cylinders. If anyone is interested e-mail Fred at bergmanhaus at charter.net
    kenfoust wrote on Saturday, April 17, 2010 (PDT):
  • I have a 1949 66 oliver that we use on a small 100 acre farm in cowansville pa still runs strong and has nice tin but I do need a set of rear rims would like to buy wheel and rims together please E Mail if you have any THANKS
    kenfoust wrote on Saturday, April 17, 2010 (PDT):
  • I have a 1949 66 oliver that we use on a small 100 acre farm in cowansville pa still runs strong and has nice tin but I do need a set of rear rims would like to buy wheel and rims together please E Mail if you have any THANKS
    Philip Long wrote on Saturday, March 13, 2010 (PST):
  • I have a 1951 Oliver 66 that I rescued out of a fence row 25 years ago, completely overhauled the engine, 3 3/4 M Ws milled the head , installed a hydraulic system, and 12 volt system, 13.6X38 tires. It showed 42 hp on a dyno, runs real good. Still use it on 7 ft brush cutter to mow water ways and road banks. .
    cole teiken wrote on Tuesday, October 20, 2009 (PDT):
  • what color are the wheels on a oliver super 88 diesel w/front
    james olvier wrote on Tuesday, October 20, 2009 (PDT):
  • What is the difference between an Oliver row crop versus an Oliver standard tractor Thanks,
    Karl Hermannsson wrote on Saturday, August 15, 2009 (PDT):
  • I have international 674 which seems to be one of the first years been produced.How do i find out to confirm and where do i find serial number also how do i find reg or ex ownership on tractor like this. please send me email if you think you can help. Thanks
    Bill Scott wrote on Friday, July 31, 2009 (PDT):
  • My father kept things in good working condition and recently passed away. He has a Oliver Row Crop 66 in good working condition and the body is in great shape. You can contact me at 1-712-490-0516. Thanks.
    Bill Scott wrote on Friday, July 31, 2009 (PDT):
  • My father kept things in good working condition and recently passed away. He has a Oliver Row Crop 66 in good working condition and the body is in great shape. You can contact me at 1-712-490-0516. Thanks.
    Ronnie Sapp wrote on Friday, May 29, 2009 (PDT):
  • I have a super 55 oliver and the front axel broke,can anyone tell me how to take it out. Thanks for any help.
    Bradley Griggs wrote on Sunday, April 19, 2009 (PDT):
  • To; Bryan Michaels, I would like some information on your Oliver 66 tractor. Please contact me. My number is 256-497-1379. Thanks.
    Bryan Michaels wrote on Monday, February 16, 2009 (PST):
  • I have a Oilver 66 in good working condition if anyone is interested in buying it please let me know.
    JEAN wrote on Thursday, December 11, 2008 (PST):
  • LOOKING FOR BOTH LEFT and RIGHT LOUVERED SIDE PANELS FOR A OLIVER 66 EMAIL ME OR CALL AT 814 364 1977 OR 814 574 3260
    Brad LArson wrote on Sunday, July 20, 2008 (PDT):
  • To Bradley Griggs We have a 1949 Oliver 66 for sale what is youre email or call me at 231-937-6035
    Bradley Griggs wrote on Monday, June 30, 2008 (PDT):
  • I am looking for an oliver 66 or super 66 in any condition..please email if you are looking to sale!!!
    Teri Jensen wrote on Thursday, August 16, 2007 (PDT):
  • My Dad and brother was in the process of restoring a 66 Row Crop when my brother was killed in a farming accident in 1985. My dad finished the mechanical part of the restoration shortly afterwards. Now, 20 years later, the tractor still runs great. My mom keeps it in a shed and my husband and I use it to mow, rake and bale hay all summer long. In the fall, our neighbor has a plowing party that consists only of old tractors, and we use this one then also. It is a wonderful machine. If you are looking for a smaller tractor like this one, check e-bay. They are on there all the time.
    Lenny Hooks wrote on Sunday, October 15, 2006 (PDT):
  • My dad had one of these . For it's size it had alot of power,we plulled two sixteen inch plows with it. Dad had it overhauled and had a 660 kit put in it. He should of had it changed to a 12v ignition.
    Aaron Faulkner wrote on Friday, July 21, 2006 (PDT):
  • Hello, I have an Oliver rowcrop tractor. Could you email me so I could send you a photo? What can you tell me about this tractor? Year, motor, etc.... What would this be worth, if anything?
    Charlie wrote on Friday, February 03, 2006 (PST):
  • To Tom Glenn-I am interested in talking to you about the Oliver 66 that you wrote about on Nov 3,2005.Call me at 877-305-8217
    Martiniano Sienra wrote on Thursday, January 12, 2006 (PST):
  • I sale a Tractor Oliver K 66 Standard with carbureter Marbel-Schebler. I live in Uruguay city Young Cel. 099685922
    Tom Glenn wrote on Thursday, November 03, 2005 (PST):
  • I have an Oliver 66 in good working condition, if anyone is interested in buying it please let me know.
    Jeff wrote on Monday, October 10, 2005 (PDT):
  • Great site here, I will be rebuilding my Oliver Super 77 and am interested in determining the year that this tractor was built and where. Also I have a 1750 that I use for snowblowing and would like to be sure of the build year for this tractor also.
    Pete wrote on Sunday, September 04, 2005 (PDT):
  • Just finished restoring a 1951 Oliver Row Crop 66, "1951." Easy to find parts, Korvas Brothers were a great help. the hardest parts to find were the wheels and the radiator. this was a two year project. My final cost was approx. $1190 with about 200 hours of labor. Olivers look great when they come out of the paint booth. Good luck to all who are restoring your efforts will be rewarded in the end.
    george wrote on Wednesday, July 27, 2005 (PDT):
  • we had a 66 until about 1984. would like to get another one to restore. send mail if you have one for sale. i am in western penna.
    festus wrote on Tuesday, May 10, 2005 (PDT):
  • Looking for hydra-lectric cylinder for three point lift
    Bill Hodge wrote on Thursday, April 21, 2005 (PDT):
  • Good afternoon, I'm searching for a 66 Oliver (standard or super)(gas preferred) to purchase. Please feel free to call me at 1.615.895.0657. I currently belong to a Antique Tractor club in the Middle TN area. Thanks, Bill
    Hoz Compton wrote on Friday, March 11, 2005 (PST):
  • My brothers and I are interested in selling our grandfather's 1939 #66 Row Crop to put the money into his old Dodge truck. Tractor is located in Georgia. Please e-mail me with value. Thanks Hoz
    Mike Stephens wrote on Friday, February 18, 2005 (PST):
  • My dad bought our Oliver 66 brand new in 1954 when I was six years old, the last tractor sold by that particular dealership in Parkersburg, WV. It is equiped with live PTO and hydraulectric hydraulic system with the controls on the steering column, a radical improvement over my grandad's '39 Oliver 70 with no PTO or hydraulics and my uncle's '48 model 70 with direct PTO and gear driven lift. The 66 with a Cosh side mounted sickle bar mower and New Holland 66 hayliner baler mowed and baled hay on nearly 200 combined acres for at least ten years, before my uncle and grandad upgraded to 77s and later to a 1250 and then a 1465. I still use the 66 equiped with a six foot finish mower to mow my acre of lawn and with a six foot three point hitch blade to plow snow and keep the half mile of housing development road graded. It also rakes and tedds most of our 15 or so acres of hay each summer. It's been overhauled twice years ago, but in recent years with the advent of unleaded fuel and decidedly lighter workload, it purs like kitten and runs flawlessly. I would be interested in any source of parts, though I'm surprised by the number of parts available through NAPA and Parts Plus or Bumper-to-bumper auto supply houses.
    Mike Stephens wrote on Friday, February 18, 2005 (PST):
  • My dad bought our Oliver 66 brand new in 1954 when I was six years old, the last tractor sold by that particular dealership in Parkersburg, WV. It is equiped with live PTO and hydraulectric hydraulic system with the controls on the steering column, a radical improvement over my grandad's '39 Oliver 70 with no PTO or hydraulics and my uncle's '48 model 70 with direct PTO and gear driven lift. The 66 with a Cosh side mounted sickle bar mower and New Holland 66 hayliner baler mowed and baled hay on nearly 200 combined acres for at least ten years, before my uncle and grandad upgraded to 77s and later to a 1250 and then a 1465. I still use the 66 equiped with a six foot finish mower to mow my acre of lawn and with a six foot three point hitch blade to plow snow and keep the half mile of housing development road graded. It also rakes and tedds most of our 15 or so acres of hay each summer. It's been overhauled twice years ago, but in recent years with the advent of unleaded fuel and decidedly lighter workload, it purs like kitten and runs flawlessly. I would be interested in any source of parts, though I'm surprised by the number of parts available through NAPA and Parts Plus or Bumper-to-bumper auto supply houses.
    Scott D. wrote on Thursday, February 10, 2005 (PST):
  • Me and my brother are starting to restore an old oliver tractor. We have it all apart right now and found on the motor that it is a 1954, we have a slight idea that it is a 77, or 88 but arn't sure it has an open side panel and its seial number is 11-167-801 and its specification number is 18-0002 it would be great if we could get the right model of this tractor...help would be greatly appreciated thanks.
    Steve Herron wrote on Thursday, January 13, 2005 (PST):
  • I’ve just bought a 1952 Rowcrop 66 w/ wide front end (gasoline) and the wiring loom has been cut in several places including between the dash and the hydra-lectric unit. The three-point lift has a single cylinder yo the right of the floorboard, and appears to function properly (lifts up & down w/ lever in front of seat) . There doesn’t appear to be any other hydraulics anywhere else on the tractor. Can you tell me what “hydra-lectric” is? I also need to find a wiring diagram for this tractor. I was told it is part of the original 1400 page manual, but I can’t afford the 139.00 price tag. Any ideas?
    kostas wrote on Monday, June 14, 2004 (PDT):
  • please...service manual for 9n polo... i cant speek english
    Norbert Hegemann wrote on Monday, May 10, 2004 (PDT):
  • Looking for information on the Oliver "3" beauties.
    danny masters wrote on Saturday, April 24, 2004 (PDT):
  • duane starr are you still around? read your article on your 66 rc.are you the same duane starr who was with white farm equipment in omaha,nebr,back in late 70;s,early 80;s?use to sell them back them,still love olivers and whites.
    danny masters wrote on Saturday, April 24, 2004 (PDT):
  • i have a 49 oliver 66 rc,might sell or may want to get aprts for it.need rubbers for seat.
    Luther wrote on Sunday, January 04, 2004 (PST):
  • Have a well-preserved 1963 Oliver 1800 (gas) with 2500 hours on it. It has a like-new Ford bucket loader professionally installed, & it's a perfect match. Also have a 7' Woods shredder and the 1800 handles those heavy foxtail CRP acres with ease. I sowed it all to prairie & don't need the tractor much any more. Anyone know a good venue for reaching interested buyers?
    Big Pete wrote on Friday, January 02, 2004 (PST):
  • I owned a 66 oliver in the 60's when i started farming bought it at aucton for 300.00 crank start. Just bought one today to replace memeroies elec. start for 1,800.00 must be inflation.I will enjoy
    john wrote on Wednesday, July 16, 2003 (PDT):
  • my father has a 1940 oliver 66rc and was interested in selling it . and was just interested in how much the tractor was worth. and if u knew were to get parts from around pa wv or md
    Lenny Hooks wrote on Sunday, February 23, 2003 (PST):
  • My dad had one of these. It was a very powerful little tractor. I can rember it making our neighbors Farmall H look real foolish.
    Jeff Ranney wrote on Tuesday, September 17, 2002 (PDT):
  • Just bought a row crop 66 1957 vintage. I am the second owner as it belonged to my brother in laws uncle who purchased it new in 1957. I have the orginal fenders and lights and it runs great. I was also given original service manual. I tried to service the front wheel bearings with oil as is recommended but it ran out. The seals are bad. Does anyone have a source for the wheel bearing seals? I also need a temp guage and a new steering wheel as the coating is falling off. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Jeff
    Joe Wolfe wrote on Sunday, June 23, 2002 (PDT):
  • I have a 1951 Oliver Row Crop 66. Can anyone give me info on places to order parts for it?
    Jessica wrote on Monday, April 29, 2002 (PDT):
  • What is the main difference between an Oliver 66 and the Super 66?
    Johnny Holland wrote on Monday, March 11, 2002 (PST):
  • I am looking for an PTO output shaft for an Oliver Rowcrop. Mine is broken.
    Don Dwire wrote on Wednesday, February 13, 2002 (PST):
  • I need a Diesel pump for a 1953-54 Oliver Row-Crop 66 as it is gone. I´m in Mexico and we need it for helping people who are trying to grow better crops. Any help out there? thanks
    Dennis Owens wrote on Sunday, July 15, 2001 (PDT):
  • MY SON AND I ARE FIXING UP OUR 1953 ROW CROP WE WOULD LIKE TO FIND A MANUAL.WE ARE PUTTING HEAD BACK ON AND WOULD LIKE TO KNOW PSI TORK ON HEAD BOLTS.THIS TRACTOR IS PAINTED AND LOOKING VERY NICE. WE LOVE WORKING ON IT IN OUR SPARE TIME . IF YOU KNOW THIS PSI PLEASE E MAIL ME OUR JUST LIKE TALKING TRACTORS.
    Bob B. wrote on Wednesday, May 16, 2001 (PDT):
  • HELP! My FFA students and I have almost completed a Oliver Row Crop 60.It is running and paint almost done. One problem- We can't find the springs that go on the brake pedals, the returns, any ideas where to buy some or what they look like? Thanks
    carl handy wrote on Friday, May 11, 2001 (PDT):
  • First tractor I ever drove--77 Oliver row crop. I was about 8 years old... all by my self. We owned a 66 row crop too.. traded it for the 77.
    Dawn Scudmore wrote on Wednesday, May 02, 2001 (PDT):
  • we just got back the 66 and are looking for parts to restore the tractor so far we need the rims for the tires. if anyone can get us some at a good price i will be looking. let me know
    Billy Lee wrote on Wednesday, April 11, 2001 (PDT):
  • My wife bought a 66 Row Crop at an auction and now we need to get a few implements. If you know of any that are made for this tractor please call 877-536-9685.
    JIM HANNA wrote on Monday, April 02, 2001 (PDT):
  • IN THE LATE 50'S MY GRANDFATHER HAD A NF 66 I WAS 12 YEARS OLD OR SO. MY UNCLE SAID I COULD BACK IT OUT OF THE SHED, WRONG GEAR I PUT THE FRONT END THREW THE SHED. ON THE PLUS SIDE NO ONE, NOR THE TRACTOR WAS HURT.
    Richard Vohs wrote on Tuesday, March 13, 2001 (PST):
  • I own a Row Crop 66, what year I don't know. It is still running today but needs some work and am interested in locating a local source for parts and service. My farm is located in Beavercreek, Oregon, 27 miles from Portland. I also have an Oliver Plow NC1383. Any help would be appreciated.
    BILL DITTMAN wrote on Friday, November 24, 2000 (PST):
  • MY FATHER BOUGHT A NEW OLIVER SUPER 88 DIESEL IN 1957 , PULLED 4-14 PULL TYPE PLOW , WORKED ALL THE GROUND , 400 ACRES, AND PICKED ALL THE CORN WITH AN OLIVER 2 ROW PULL TYPE PICKER , LATER HE USED IT ON A MM CORN SHELLER , SHELLING CORN ALL OVER. THE TRACTOR WAS TRADED IN 1968 , SOLD LOCALLY AGAIN AND NOW NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR OWNS IT ; A LOT OF FOND MEMORIES .
    Travis Mackey wrote on Thursday, November 02, 2000 (PST):
  • I am looking for an Oliver Row-Crop 66 just like this one. If anyone has one, I would like to make an offer on it if you will consider selling it.
    T-n-T Machine shop wrote on Saturday, October 21, 2000 (PDT):
  • We own a machine shop which specializes in rebuilding and restoring antique and classic tractors. We have built motors with increased horsepower for Oliver 66,77,88, 88 diesel, and have possesion of Oliver 70 & most of needed parts to assemble Oliver 60(cute little tractor our 9 year old daughter will probably pull). We will try to give your hard to find parts list to a friend who purchased 3 pick-up load of Oliver parts at an auction. We live in Polo, Mo which is close to Kansas City. We have several manuals and books on Olivers. We also build motors for JD, Massey's, Farm-alls, AC etc.. E-mail us cawthon at cameron.net
    HECTOR MENDEZ wrote on Saturday, September 09, 2000 (PDT):
  • HELLO; I WANT TO KNOW IF THE PARTS OF OLIVER TRACTORS ARE EASY TO FIND? I LIVE N PUER RICO AND I AM RESTORING A OLIVER (1800) TRACOR BUT I DON'T KNOW THE YEAR OF THE TRACTOR.I HOPE YOU CAN HELP ME.SANKYOU!!!!!!
    BRAD WARD wrote on Thursday, August 24, 2000 (PDT):
  • I just finished restoring my grandfathers 77 that he bought new in 1950. It's a lot of fun to show and play with on the farm. I belong to the Midwest Oliver Collectors and collect and use only oliver equipment on the farm. I have met many nice people that have quite interesting stories about each piece of equipment that I have collected. Thought you might be interested and if I could help give me a call. Brad from Illinois.
    Shelly wrote on Monday, August 14, 2000 (PDT):
  • My father passed away in March. He owned 2 Olivers; 1 66 Row crop and 1 77 w/ front loader. They both run great. I love the sound of them. Mom still has them. Not interested in selling, just wanted to add my comments. Dad had a picture of the 77 put on his cemetery marker a few years before he passed away. He even won a tractor pull with the 77 in the 1950's. I am hoping one day to restore one or both. I have a poster of a 77 that I found at a 5 & 10 store.
    Alvin Layne wrote on Thursday, July 27, 2000 (PDT):
  • I am currently sandblasting/repainting a 77 for a dealer. Olivers are good tractors.
    Duane Starr wrote on Wednesday, July 26, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have a 66 Diesel with wide front end. The tractor was given to me by a friend, he said that the clutch was "out" however when I got it home I found that the pressure plate bolts had come loose. I have had the tractor about 15 years and restored it then. I currently have a problem with the starter switch. Does anyone have a spare switch? The switch is the same on the 77 & 88 tractors up to the serial number when they changed the hood to the big opening for the battery. Any help with parts would be appreciated. Contact me at bastar at intenebr.com Thanks
    mike simpson wrote on Thursday, June 29, 2000 (PDT):
  • I recently acquired an old oliver horse drawn sickle mower and would like to restore; however, I cannot find the original color scheme. Can anyone help. Thanks
    Brian Christenson wrote on Wednesday, May 10, 2000 (PDT):
  • One of our neighbors replaced his Farmall H with a gas 66 back when he was custom baling. Definitely a better tractor for PTO work.
    Dale McLean wrote on Thursday, May 04, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have a restored 1949 Row Crop 66. Serial Number; 420152. I would be interested in knowing how many are still out there in working condition. I used another 66 for parts to restore it to running condition.
    Jeremy Fruth wrote on Saturday, March 11, 2000 (PST):
  • My grandpa bought one new in '53, we still have the receipt where he paid $1200. Replacing a steel weeled oliver 70. The second year they had it they farmed five hundred acers of row crops with it and a 30 Ferguson. It has had 3 complete overhauls and 2 ptos. We estimate about 40,000 hrs,and is a daily runner with the original 6-volt system.
    Ralph Rodgers wrote on Sunday, March 05, 2000 (PST):
  • My dad purchased one of these tractors brand new and still has it and uses it today. It is a 1951 model and was delivered to our farm on Christmas Eve of 1950. It was the first tractor sold in Emporia Ks that had the "live" hydraulic system (hydralectric) with dual remotes and the "live" PTO.
    Adam Huhn wrote on Wednesday, January 05, 2000 (PST):
  • I am curently in posetion of a oliver 66 deisel wide front tractor and In the past 4 years of ownership have learned a great deal about it. The tractor my father and I purchased had a super series frame under it and because of the serial number we belive it to be one of the last tractors. with a shortage of frames oliver bolted a super frame to it which would also explane the wide front and deisel engine. If your tractor has a super frame for the same reason I would like to hear about it.
    Mark Lively wrote on Saturday, December 25, 1999 (PST):
  • I am looking for pictures and side curtains for an Oliver 88 row crop 58 year tractor. Can you help for direct me in the right direction. Thanks for your time.
    Michelle Endries wrote on Saturday, November 20, 1999 (PST):
  • My husband and I are restoring a 1950 Oliver Row Crop 88. We would like to make it as close to original as possible so it can be shown. We are having trouble finding out what colors actually belong where. Does any one have any good resources or potos to share? We have purchased several books. Many have photos, but they are not consistent. We specifically need help with the red and green on the rims, and the yellow stripes on the body and grill. Let me know if you can help, this is driving us crazy!!
    Russell Vetter wrote on Monday, October 11, 1999 (PDT):
  • I own a 1954 Oliver 66 Row Crop Diesel and I'm wondering if there is anyone else out there with the same type of tractor. I just had the engine rebuilt at great expense and I'm wondering just how rare this tractor is.
    Jim Stephenson wrote on Saturday, October 09, 1999 (PDT):
  • I would like to purchase a "66" series Oliver. e-mail me as to what you may have.
    Dan Duwell wrote on Thursday, September 23, 1999 (PDT):
  • We have owned an Oliver 66 since 1955. It is a 1952 model. What is the earliest they were made? Our tractor is still in running condition. We are looking for side skirts and would like information about them.


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