Where were Minneapolis Moline tractors made?

It had manufacturing facilities on Lake Street at Hiawatha Avenue in Minneapolis, MN, in Hopkins, MN and in Moline, IL.

Did Oliver buy Minneapolis-Moline?

Instead, Oliver supplied them with tractors. At the same time Oliver-built combines were discontinued and Cockshutt became the combine builder for both companies. White Motors was the name of the company until 1969. By then it had acquired both Cockshutt and Minneapolis-Moline and reorganized as White Farm Equipment.

What year did White buy Minneapolis-Moline?

White Motor Company had bought out Minneapolis-Moline back in 1963, and the G1355 and G955 were the end of the line. The G1355 was built at the Oliver factory in Charles City, Iowa.

What color were Minneapolis-Moline tractors?

The color of vast fields of ripe wheat shimmering under the bright sun and cloudless skies of the prairie states. Prairie Gold: The color Minneapolis-Moline selected for its machines to differentiate them from other manufacturers’ equipment. Bright colored tractors adorned fields beginning in the late 1930s.

How much does a Minneapolis-Moline weigh?

Minneapolis-Moline GB

Dimensions & Tires
Wheelbase: 82.5 inches 209 cm
Weight: 7100 lbs 3220 kg
Front tire: 7.50-18
Rear tire: 14-34

Are white tractors still made?

White Farm Equipment is a manufacturer of agricultural machinery, now discontinued except for planters, and owned by AGCO.

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Who made Moline tractors?

The Minneapolis-Moline brand name was dropped by White in 1974, six years before White folded. AGCO purchased White in 1991 and produced tractors under the latter’s name until 2001. The Hopkins headquarters site has been redeveloped, and is now the location for a Honda automobile dealership.

Who owns Minneapolis Moline?

De-industrialization and the End of Minneapolis Moline

1963: Minneapolis Moline is purchased by the White Motor Company. After 10 years of decline, Minneapolis Moline is folded into the Tractor Division of White Motor Corp.

What company bought Allis Chalmers?

Lime Rock Partners | Seawell to Acquire Allis-Chalmers Energy in USD 890 Million Transaction.

Who makes Allis Chalmers tractors?

In 1990, Deutz-Allis was sold to its management and became Allis-Gleaner Corporation (AGCO). Tractors began selling under the AGCO-Allis name and were again painted Persian Orange. The AGCO brand of orange tractors was produced until 2010 when AGCO announced that it was phasing out the brand.

How much does a Minneapolis Moline g1000 weigh?

Minneapolis-Moline G1000

Dimensions & Tires
Wheelbase: 103 inches 261 cm
Weight: 10700 to 12100 pounds
Front tire: 10.00-16
Rear tire: 23.1-30