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Only A Few Of These OMC Tractors Were Built By The Ostenberg Manufacturing Company

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In 1952 the Ostenberg Manufacturing Company got into the tractor market by producing the OMC, a large gasoline tractor with plenty of power. There’s a reason why you don’t see many of these at tractor shows today. Mark Cook shares why this tractor failed and never made a profitable mass-produced tractor. Only 60 of these tractors were built. This tractor sold on the 2019 Aumann Vintage Power Fall Harvest Auction. Click HERE to learn more.

 


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