Posted by Rich Iowa on September 03, 2012 at 18:36:04 from (184.108.40.206):
I don't know a whole lot about Minneapolis Molines, never saw to many around when I was a kid. My aunt married a guy a few years ago whose father had a M602 LP and since then I have seen quite a few around, most of them being LP powered. What is up with all the LP Minnis? Did Minneapolis really push the LP fuel option for their tractors?
Another question... I'd like to learn more about Minneapolis Molines, I'm pretty well versed in Oliver and the models painted in Minneapolis yellow. Any suggestions on books that cover the company? The models that catch my eye so far are the "M" models and the G1000 Vista.
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