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Minneapolis-Moline GT
M-M GT of 1942 reg DWD 840 of John Hobbs at Stoke Goldington 09 - IMG 9781
Model history
Model introduced Unknown
Model discontinued Unknown
Model status Discontinued
Engine Specification
Engine make Minneapolis-Moline
Power hp 54
Power kW 40
Governed rpm {{{governedrpm}}}
Naturally aspirated, Turbo or Supercharged NA
Transmission type Unknown
Drive 2-WD
Linkage Category Unknown
Other info
Factories United States
Plow rating Unknown
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Minneapolis-Moline model GT reg ?TK 407 at GDSF 08 - IMG 0567

A Pre war designed M-M GT tractor at GDSF in 2008

The Minneapolis-Moline GT tractor was built in the USA by Minneapolis-Moline. It featured a 54 hp (40 kW) Minneapolis-Moline engine.

Model historyEdit

Main article: Minneapolis-Moline for company history

The MM GT was built in several variants;

PreservationEdit

A number were imported into the UK during WW II under the Lend-Lease agreement. A few survive into preservation, but others are recent imports as clean tractors are available in the USA from dry states at reasonable money were as UK ones often need a lot of work to restore them due to hard work and the wet climates rotting tin work.

Known examples;

List of Preserved Minneapolis-Moline GT tractors
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Serial No. Build-Date Engine-Type/Make Owner
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