They were sold as MM in 1971 only and as the White 1270 and White 1370 after the MM, Oliver and Cockshutt names were dropped.
They were: Oliver 1555 = MM G550, 1971 only--53 hp 232 cid Oliver 1655 = MM G750, 1971 only--70 pto hp 265 cid gas - 283 cid diesel Oliver 1755 = MM G850, 1971 only--86 pto hp 283 cid gas - 310 cid diesel Oliver 1855 = MM G940, 1971 only--92 pto hp 310 cid gas - 310 turbo diesel White also took large horsepower MM tractors and sold them as Oliver tractors with Oliver numbers and colors.
These were principally Minneapolis-Moline tractors painted Oliver green with an Oliver grill and Oliver decals.
The G704 was a factory 4wd GVI with an Elwood axle under the front. On the G707 the set back was an option, not standard. Released in 1965, the 707/708 line lasted only one year as the G-1000 line was also introduced in 1965.
Things were moving fast at MM after their acquisition by White in 1963.
A belt pulley, PTO, and external hydraulics were options. The G-VI and 704 remained Power Yellow (remember Power Yellow is the late Prairie Gold color sometimes called Orange Prairie Gold.) Then beginning with the G-705 and G-706 the color was changed to Industrial Yellow.
In the Minneapolis Moline four-cylinder “G” models from 1942 until 1954, a third letter was added to designate improved series. Introduced in 1955, and produced until 1959, the last four-cylinder Model “G” Minneapolis Moline was the “GB.” Each subsequent series was improved mechanically, in horsepower, and in other options over its predecessor. These six cylinder “G” series of M-M tractors were the largest most powerful to date and included: G-VI......diesel.....................MM G1355 = Cockshutt 2270, 1972-75 142.6 pto hp also =White 2-150 Field Boss Oliver imported small Fiat built tractors from 1965-1975 to fill out their small tractor line.White sold the same two diesel imports made by Fiat of Italy as Oliver, Cockshutt, MM, and White.In later years Oliver transmissions and differentials were used.These were: M-M G950 = Oliver 1865 1971 only 98 pto hp MM-425 gas or 451cid diesel M-M G1050 = Oliver 2055 1971 only 110 pto hp MM-504 cid Lp & diesel MM-G1350 = Oliver 2155 1971 only 135 pto hp MM-504 Lp or 585 diesel MM-A4T1400 = Oliver 2455 1969-70 139 belt hp MM-504 diesel MM-A4T 1600= Oliver 2655 1970-72 143 pto hp 585-D also = White Plainsman The MM and Oliver models G955 and G1355 are hybrid tractors, MM engines and Oliver from the bell housing back. Production and Serial Numbers for the two models are as follows: M-M G955 Serial numbers 1973 239825-243262 (3,438 units produced in 1973) 1974 244559-251357 (6,799 units produced in 1974) Total (10,237 units produced) M-M G1355 Serial numbers 1973 236440-244184 (7,745 units produced in 1973) 1974 245258-252710 (7,453 units produced in 1974) Total (15,199 units produced) M-M G955, 1973-74 = Oliver G-955 MM-451cid 98 pto hp = White 1870, 1973-74 M-M G1355, 1973-74 = Oliver G-1355 MM-585cid 142 hp = White 2270, 1972-75 The M-M 1355 was painted red and sold in Canada as the “Cockshutt 2270 and as the White 2270.M-M “G” Tractors by John Mc Lucas Introduced in 1938, Minneapolis Moline’s first G model was the "GT". The large model “G” Molines were rated 4 to 5 plow tractors.