Twin City was the brand name for tractors built by Minneapolis Steel & Machinery Company. MS&M was founded in 1902, building steel sections for bridges and other structures. The company began producing stationary steam engines and researching gasoline engine designs. MS&M had a large boost when it received contracts to build Case and Bull tractors, in addition to its own Twin City brand. In 1929, Minneapolis Steel merged with Moline Plow and Minneapolis Threshing Machine to form the Minneapolis-Moline Company. For many years after the merger, Minneapolis-Moline tractors continued to carry the Twin City name.
Model Power Years
Twin City 12-20 tractor photo Twin City 12-20 22hp 1919 - 1926
No photo available Twin City 15-30 33hp 1916 - 1919
Twin City 16-30 tractor photo Twin City 16-30 0hp 1918 - 1920
Twin City 17-28 tractor photo Twin City 17-28 31hp 1926 - 1935
Twin City 20-35 tractor photo Twin City 20-35 38hp 1920 - 1927
Twin City 21-32 tractor photo Twin City 21-32 35hp 1928 - 1938
No photo available Twin City 25-45 50hp 1916 - 1920
Twin City 27-44 tractor photo Twin City 27-44 48hp 1927 - 1935
Twin City 40-65 tractor photo Twin City 40-65 72hp 1916 - 1925
No photo available Twin City 60-95 105hp 1916 - 1918
Twin City FTA tractor photo Twin City FTA 49hp 1935 - 1938
No photo available Twin City KT 25hp 1929 - 1934
Twin City KTA tractor photo Twin City KTA 33hp 1934 - 1938
Twin City MT tractor photo Twin City MT 27hp 1930 - 1934
Twin City MTA tractor photo Twin City MTA 33hp 1934 - 1938