The Oliver 1650 is a six-cylinder tractor that offers between 66.2 and 66.7 horsepower at takeoff and comes in both gas-powered and diesel-powered variants. Diesel-powered variants have an engine displacement of 283 cubic centimeters, while the gasoline-powered tractors have an engine displacement of 265 cubic centimeters.
All Oliver 1650 tractor models except the 1968 gas- and diesel-powered models feature manual transmissions that offer 12 forward and four reverse speeds. The 1968 models feature 12 forward speeds and only two reverse speeds.
The approximate shipping weight of a gas-powered 1968 Oliver 1650 is 7,022 pounds, while the approximate shipping weight of a diesel-powered 1968 Oliver 1650 is 7,143 pounds. The approximate shipping weight of a gas-powered 1967 Oliver 1650 is also 7,022 pounds, but the diesel-powered variant of the same year has an approximate shipping weight of 7,145 pounds, two pounds more than the 1968 model. The lightest Oliver 1650 tractor model is the 1964 gas-powered model; it features an approximate shipping weight of 6,727 pounds.
Oliver 1650 tractors do not feature cabs and vary in price between $5,192 for the 1964 gas-powered model and $7,725 for the 1968 diesel-powered model as of 2016. For any given model year, the diesel-powered variant is generally more expensive than the gas-powered option.