Minneapolis farm tractors by power

Minneapolis 17-30B tractorThe Great Minneapolis Line was the trade name used by the Minneapolis Threshing Machine Company for its line of threshing machines and tractors. Minneapolis Threshing Machine was founded in 1887 and was soon selling steam engines from Huber and Allis before building their own design. Minneapolis entered the gasoline tractor market in 1910 and built a range of tractors raning up to 80 horsepower. The Great Depression put considerable pressure on Minneapolis Threshing Machine and it joined with Minneapolis Steel & Machinery and Moline Plow in 1929 to form Minneapolis-Moline.

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12-2527 hp[B]1920 - 1926
15-3033 hp[B]1915 - 1919
17-30 A33 hp[B]1918 - 1928
17-30 B33 hp[B]1925 - 1929
20-4044 hp[B]1914 - 1919
27-4246 hp[B]1928 - 1929
22-4448 hp[B]1920 - 1928
25-5055 hp[B]1911 - 1912
39-5763 hp[B]1928 - 1929
35-7077 hp[B]1920 - 1929
40-8088 hp[B]1918 - 1919
[B]: Engine power estimated from belt horsepower. See individual tractor data listing for power details.

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