Information on how to Join the HPOCA
Click here for information on the club's Oliver Magazine. Information on Chapters of the HPOCA HPOCA Photo Barn
Click here for more info on HPOCA Shows and Events HPOCA forums and discussion Links to other Oliver related sites on the web Browse and order Oliver related merchandise at the HPOCA store

 

                                                                                                                   2015 HPOCA Winter Meeting; Feb. 27, 28, Mar 1 in Greenville, IL . Sponsored by: Hartland Oliver Collectors                                                                                                                  

HPOCA 2015 Winter Meeting

Feb 27, 28, Mar 1
Greenville, IL
Hartland Oliver Collectors
Kevin Westerhold - President

2015 winter show flyer


 
 

New Magazine Binders for your HPOCA magazines are now available.

Click here for ordering information. 

 

Attention FFA members and advisors interested in restoring an Oliver tractor for the Chevron/Delo Tractor Restoration Contest.
The HPOCA has a program just for you.
Click here for more details.

 

The Hart-Parr/Oliver Collectors Association, a nonprofit organization, was founded in 1989 for the historical and educational benefit of Hart-Parr and Oliver collectors and the general public. It now includes nearly 8,000 members and consists of 19 chapters. In its effort to collect, preserve and distribute information on the Hart-Parr/Oliver and related companies, the organization has dedicated itself to the following principles:


1. To help preserve the history of Hart-Parr/Oliver and associated companies acquired by Hart-Parr and Oliver.

2. To promote the history of Hart-Parr/Oliver and related companies.

3. To aid the collectors of Hart-Parr and Oliver tractors, combines and implements in restoration and preservation.

4. To promote the collection and care of Hart-Parr and Oliver machinery, memorabilia and other related items.

5. To assist in the establishment of a museum dedicated to the care, display and interpretation of historical artifacts and equipment associated with the Hart-Parr and Oliver companies.

 

Oliver Furrow Litho