Serial Number Reference

Minneapolis-Moline Serial number cross reference

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Availaible References
Serial Numbers By Year
Up to the 1960 year models
Serial Numbers For Complete Units
This list is in a text format so it will be easier to print. Its about 11 pages.
M-M and Louisville Products 1944 - 1953
This is a Dealer's Repair Parts Memo dated January 1954. It is in a text format so it will be easier to print. Its about 9 pages.
Minneapolis Steel & Machinery Co.
1902 - 1929

This is a list of serial numbers with horse power and production numbers for the Minneapolis Steel & Machinery co. This list was put together by Tony Thompson. I reformated it into a plain text format so it will be easier to print.
M-M and Twin City Products 1928 - 1974
This is the most complete list I have. It covers all models 1928 through 1974. This list is in a text format so it will be easier to print. It is a BUNCH of pages.
Twin City Products
This is another list of Twin City Numbers

On this page I have included a group of serial number references. The reason I have included more than one list, is due to the fact that none of the list seem to agree. I have tried to list the source of the information for each page. Some of the pages are from dealer memos, while others are from historical records. I can not guarantee the accuracy of any of these list, but if you cross reference the list to each other, you should come up with the correct answer.

The Prefix list shows the 3 digit prefix for complete units and all model years. For example: If your serial number starts with 001 that means it is an RTU, or if it starts with 065 it is for a 206G-4 engine for a ZB tractor. I think you get the idea. You will want to print this list so you can take it with you tractor hunting.

Most of these pages are in a "text" format. The text format makes these pages easier to print. Print them out and take them with you.


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