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As the Civil War ended in 1865, Thomas J Howe joined with Michael Lowth and began manufacturing grain-drills and seeders in Owatonna, Minnesota. This led to the creation of Owatonna Manufacturing Company (OMC) in 1888. The company manufactured a variety of agricultural implements and became well known for their striking lime green and red colors.

Fast forward to 2015. This marked the 50th year for the Mustang Skid Steer. The second company to develop and manufacture Skid Steers, OMC embraced the machines. They dove into the market in 1965 with the introduction of the Mustang branded Series 1000. A robust, 30hp machine that was one of the most powerful and versatile of its kind in the 1960’s. In fact an operational example, one of the original 25 (number 18) is on display at the Owatonna Village of Yesteryear.

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  1. Mustang MTL16 Compact Track Loader, Rear Idler Assembly

    Mustang MTL16 Compact Track Loader, Rear Idler Assembly

    Item #: MT529312

    LPS Price: $334.62
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  2. Mustang MTL16 Compact Track Loader, Front Idler Assembly

    Mustang MTL16 Compact Track Loader, Front Idler Assembly

    Item #: MT528527

    LPS Price: $288.69
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  3. Mustang MTL140 Compact Track Loader, Rear Idler Assembly

    Mustang MTL140 Compact Track Loader, Rear Idler Assembly

    Item #: MT349317

    LPS Price: $356.88
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  4. Mustang MTL140 Compact Track Loader, Front Idler Assembly

    Mustang MTL140 Compact Track Loader, Front Idler Assembly

    Item #: MT348516

    LPS Price: $322.92
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  5. Mustang MTL25 Compact Track Loader, Rear Idler Assembly

    Mustang MTL25 Compact Track Loader, Rear Idler Assembly

    Item #: MT339310

    LPS Price: $356.84
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  6. Mustang MTL25 Compact Track Loader, Front Idler Assembly

    Mustang MTL25 Compact Track Loader, Front Idler Assembly

    Item #: MT338523

    LPS Price: $322.88
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  7. Mustang MTL20 Compact Track Loader, Rear Idler Assembly

    Mustang MTL20 Compact Track Loader, Rear Idler Assembly

    Item #: MT329303

    LPS Price: $356.79
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  8. Mustang MTL20 Compact Track Loader, Front Idler Assembly

    Mustang MTL20 Compact Track Loader, Front Idler Assembly

    Item #: MT328509

    LPS Price: $322.84
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  9. Mustang MTL316 Compact Track Loader, Rear Idler Assembly

    Mustang MTL316 Compact Track Loader, Rear Idler Assembly

    Item #: MT309319

    LPS Price: $334.56
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  10. Mustang MTL316 Compact Track Loader, Front Idler Assembly

    Mustang MTL316 Compact Track Loader, Front Idler Assembly

    Item #: MT308507

    LPS Price: $288.64
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About Mustang

As the Civil War ended in 1865, Thomas J Howe joined with Michael Lowth and began manufacturing grain-drills and seeders in Owatonna, Minnesota. This led to the creation of Owatonna Manufacturing Company (OMC) in 1888. The company manufactured a variety of agricultural implements and became well known for their striking lime green and red colors.

Fast forward to 2015. This marked the 50th year for the Mustang Skid Steer. The second company to develop and manufacture Skid Steers, OMC embraced the machines. They dove into the market in 1965 with the introduction of the Mustang branded Series 1000. A robust, 30hp machine that was one of the most powerful and versatile of its kind in the 1960’s. In fact an operational example, one of the original 25 (number 18) is on display at the Owatonna Village of Yesteryear.