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« on: January 23, 2016, 09:43:04 AM »

On we-pay now is an OC6 pedal car collectible. It's not intended to be used as a child's toy & says so right on it. The price is a little steep for me $3500.00 but where are you going to find another one??? It's not mine & I have no affiliation with the person selling it, just thought people here who are interested in these crawlers might like to know about it. 181993822636 Is the item number if you would like to see it or just search "Oliver OC6"

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« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2016, 01:44:32 PM »

Wow. I've never seen one of those before  Shocked
I've never really understood the whole toy 'thing' but they seem to be VERY collectible. I've bought real OC-6's for cheaper  Grin

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1945 Cletrac HG42 + electric snowblade
1952 OC-3-31 sidewalk plow, OC-3-42 + Ware 3-WI (several)
OC-3-42 Heller Universal Trencher
1957 Oliver Super 55, 1958 Oliver 550's Gas/Diesel, 1970's Oliver 1255 FWA
1969 White 2-44 13LL (loader/backhoe)
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« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2016, 03:34:44 PM »

Never saw one of these before. I take it that it's basically just a shell with no steering abilities or anything. Maybe a bicycle chain inside to drive it… or not?

I can see where a collector would really go for it.


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