By 1911, MTM was building tractors under the MINNEAPOLIS name. MTM built many large tractors until the M-M merger, but these tractors were better suited for sod breaking and not row crops. After building a couple row-type tractors, MTM marketed their Minneapolis 17-30 Type A and Type B. These were cross-motor row-crop tractors and were built even after the M-M merger. In the 1920's until the M-M organization, MTM products were advertised as part of "The Great Minneapolis Line".