Antique Minneapolis Moline Tractor: MM G-706
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J.F.Parker wrote on Friday, August 06, 2010 (PDT):It was not clear in the picture as to what were the words painted on the tractor. Thank you.
dell pearson wrote on Monday, February 02, 2009 (PST):to george weikum i bought a 705 in minot in nov 08 i am going to pull it. from your note sounds like you are going to. let me know if you are planning on doing any engine mods, thanks
George Weikum wrote on Tuesday, December 02, 2008 (PST): I bought one 11-28-08. This tractor was dynoed in the Nebraska test in the 60 s and it was the first tractor to break the 100 H.P. level. It was 101-6 H.P. for Diesel. It looks great and I m sure it will pull well. There have been 4 sell in the Midwest this year. All were nice tractors. I can be reached at 630-878-9401. Naperville, Illinois
Chris wrote on Monday, June 11, 2007 (PDT):I have a MM 706 that I m trying to sell for my Dad. It was all tuned up and running when parked over 5 years ago. It will probably need some attention before it ll fire up again. Call me at 951 925-0103 for more info and pictures if interested. Thanks. Chris
todd london wrote on Tuesday, January 17, 2006 (PST):I bought my great grandfathers minnie jetstar 3 super a few years back and recentky purchased a G1000 lp, I raise a small herd of beef cattle and these tractors do all the chores my 5 year old loves them and wants one of his own so he can do chores also, these tractors just never quit.
Kip Coe wrote on Tuesday, December 27, 2005 (PST): I just bought three MMs,G 705,G 1000 propane,and a G 1000 diesel with a cab for $1500.00.The 705 runs great,propane locked up,and the diesel 1000 smokes.Spent all my time on on Red and Green but no Yellow.where can i buy over haul parts for my new family?
Richard Mathews wrote on Thursday, September 29, 2005 (PDT):we have several old moline and white and oliver tractors on the farm that we may sell if the price is right. (2655 oliver, G-1000, G-900, G-1050, among other tractors we no longer use in the farming operation.
jack mayes wrote on Wednesday, June 15, 2005 (PDT):I would like to find a g-706 for my wife. 1959 or later if anyone might have one for sale. Please email me.at JNNMYE at aol.com I have enjoyed the eb site. Thanks Jack Mayes
elijah shelton wrote on Sunday, March 07, 2004 (PST):I would like to get a tractor like that, you wouldn't be able to tell me were I could get one would you?
Terry Anderson wrote on Thursday, February 19, 2004 (PST):I spent a few summers on our MM g706. Hand clutch and turning break. My dad picked it up sometime in the mid-70's not sure of the tractor year. He bought a second 706 in the late 70's and ran both of them until he retired. We still have one of them sitting on the now vacant farm. Recently someone was inquiring about buying it. Not sure of the value. I believe it was partially parted out (engine head) a number of years ago. But as far as I know everything else is still there. Would anyone be able to recommend a value.
Sam Seaton wrote on Saturday, January 17, 2004 (PST): I used a G-706 with propane fuel and front wheel assist from 1970 till 1979 pulling 6-18 inch oliver plow also pulled an 18 foot wing disk. Great tractor. Still is! We only show it at county fair shows now. Only real draw back was it does not turn real sharp, no PTO, and propane tank is a little small, but a REAL WORK HORSE!
Dave Sandin wrote on Wednesday, August 20, 2003 (PDT):I have a G 707 lp that is in poor condition is it of any value.
Harvey Phillips wrote on Thursday, July 17, 2003 (PDT):I need to know what color M 602 tractor that I am restoring. Would you kindly email me pictures of M 602. I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks Harvey Phillips
Ted Arndt wrote on Saturday, February 22, 2003 (PST):I've got a G707, bought it used in '76. I've used it to do all the field work, disking, cultivating, knifing, everything. It worked fairly good, a little clumsy when cultivating corn, so you had to be careful on 30" rows. The only thing I've had to change on the engine was the fuel pump but everything else is original, and it's still running, and I've still got it. It was a damn good tractor for what I need. I'm crazy about the old MM tractors and working to restore 3 of them, GB, UTU, and a UB (they're all gas engines). It's work but I like it.
Taylor Dowdle wrote on Saturday, August 24, 2002 (PDT):does anyone know of anybody who has a G707
stan kick, calmar, alberta, canada wrote on Sunday, August 18, 2002 (PDT):18 aug 02 wanted any info on minny 704 with permanent front wheel drive,very low serial number,also value.
Joe Haffner wrote on Saturday, March 30, 2002 (PST):In 1961 my brother Dan & I bougth a Moline G 706 it was from a show inDes Moines IA & prairie gold & red ( instead of brown) it had a Ellwood front axle ( like under a army 6X6truck ) it was LP gas & pulded a 6-16 plow . We dualed the front & it pulled & rode better . I have one of the later axles now ?? Joe SE Iowa
dave wrote on Monday, January 21, 2002 (PST):I own a G706 1963 mo. In good running cond. and would be interested in selling. neat old tractor call 608-625-2469
ken drath wrote on Sunday, July 08, 2001 (PDT): I own a G706 like the one in the picture what would the value be?
BILL DITTMAN wrote on Friday, November 24, 2000 (PST):MY FIRST TRACTOR WAS A 1964 MM602 GAS ON 18.4 RUBBER USED IT TO PLANT AND CULTIVATE WITH , PULLED IT IN THE LOCAL STOCK PERCENTAGE TRACTOR PULL WEIGHING 7000 LBS. ; HAVE MANY FIRST PLACE TROPHY'S , VERY LOUD WITH CHROME PIPE AND THE RPM'S SET A LITTLE HIGHER . GOOD TRACTOR
butch wrote on Monday, October 30, 2000 (PST):this tractor kicks aaaaaaaaaasssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
david wrote on Monday, June 26, 2000 (PDT):I have a M670 that I am using on the farm and it is operating very well at this time. Does any one have pictures of this tractor? What is it's value? Should I keep farming with it or retire and restore?
Pete wrote on Wednesday, June 21, 2000 (PDT):I have a G705LP,don't know what year. I think maybe a '63.Runs good but I can't use it because the power take off shaft is broken.I only use it to cut grass.Does it have to be split in half to repair and can you still get parts? Anyone Help
Bruce wrote on Wednesday, June 14, 2000 (PDT):My son, age 11 wants to restore a G706 but I don't know what year it is. It's in pretty bad shape and is LP powered. Is it worth our time. Thank you.
rythking wrote on Sunday, June 11, 2000 (PDT):a couple years back my uncle got a case IH 7110 with a woods batwing mower stuck in a small gulley and our first choice in pulling it out was MM G706 LP. we positioned the MM on a ridge in front of the stuck vehicle and hooked on with heavy duty log chains. The MM roared as she pulled against the weight, but unfortunately, the stuck 7110 was no match for the "old pig" as we call it. All four wheels on the MM bit and clawed, but it only managed to dig itself into the ground. we had to jerk it forward and backwards in order to get it out of the holes it dug for itself. Needless to say, we resorted to a bigger tractor, a Case IH 9270 4wd articulated - which had not problem freeing the mower tractor. However, I still like the MM - its a great old tractor
RON KENNEDY wrote on Saturday, March 25, 2000 (PST):WRITING FROM AUSTRALIA, MY NEIGBOUR BOUGHT A G705 BRAND NEW IN 1964, IT WAS THE ENVY OF EVERYONE AROUND HIM. IT SERVED HIM FAITHFULLY FOR MANY YEARS. EVENYUALLY HE BOUGHT ANOTHER SECONDHAND ONE. THESE TRACTORS WERE AVAILABLE ON 23X26 OR 15X34 TYRES BUT TI WAS POPULAR OUT HERE TO FIT 23-1X30 TYRES WHICH MADE THEM CONSIDERABELY FASTER. REMEMBER THE GVI WHICH WAS THE MODEL BEFORE.AND ALMOST IDENTICAL BUT REVED A BIT SLOWER? MY NEIBGOUR BOUGHT TWO LAST MONTH, ONE IS A GOER THE OTHER NOT, HOWEVER THE ONE WHICH GOES HAD NOT BEEN GOING FOR ABOUT 25 YEARS ACCORDING TO ITS PREVIOUS OWNER. MY FRIEND PAYED $400-00 FOR THE TWO NOT BAD DONT YOU THINK?
Craig C. wrote on Wednesday, March 08, 2000 (PST):I have a G-706. it is in really bad condition. Is it worth Restoring??
John Grabbe wrote on Wednesday, December 01, 1999 (PST):Was Minneapolis Moline the first to offer the mechanical front end on their tractors?
rob ralcewicz wrote on Sunday, October 24, 1999 (PDT):love this site keep it up and can you find some pics on the MM. jet star 3
Art Parry wrote on Sunday, August 29, 1999 (PDT):I purchased a G706 Diesel several years ago and it is the most reliable starting tractor I have. I have used it to pull my plow disc and smoothing disc as well as run a blower and silage bagger. Although it does not have a live pto or 3 point hitch and has a hand clutch instead of a foot clutch, this does not really matter when doing tilling work, which is what this tractor is best at. The engine is incredibly reliable and even at idle will pull enormous loads if they have to be moved slowly. The tractor has five speeds forward and one reverse, it has no ampli-torc. Mine is equipped with 18.4-34 rear tires and 11.2-24 front tires. The coleman type front axle does not allow for very tight turns but is mechanically quite sound.
Andrew Steffl wrote on Friday, June 25, 1999 (PDT):I logged hundreds, if not thousands of hours on a MM G-705 pulling either a 5-bottom plow, a 16 ft. chisel plow, a 30 foot field cultivator, or a 35 foot harrow during the 1970's. My information is strickly from memories of about 25 years ago, so I can't assure complete accuracy. The G-705 was identical to the G-706, minus the mechanical front wheel assist. I believe these tractors had a 504 cu. in. in line 6 cyl. engine that produced 101 horsepower at about 1600 RPM. It was a very heavy tractor (with fluid in the tires and 1000 lb weights on each rear wheel). As I recall, the tractor had 5 speeds forward and 1 reverse, single hydraulics, and a "hand clutch" rather than a foot pedal. My father's G-705 had no P.T.O. The tractor was quite clumsy (in the area of manuverability) when compared to something like a JD 4020, but could outperform many tractors of comparable horsepower in heavy pulling jobs due to its weight and what must have been a lot of tourque developed by the engine. The MM G-705, a JD 820, and a "home-made" FWD tractor (we called it the "Yellow Monster"), with Farmall W-9 rear-ends and a salvaged 220 HP, 855 cu. in. Cummins Diesel 6-Cyl. were the primary work-horses on my father's farm until about 1970, when he purchased his first of many Versatile FWD tractors, a D-145.
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