Ostenberg Manufacturing Company (OMC)

The Ostenberg Manufacturing Company produced tractors in Kansas. F. Amos Ostenberg, who was a partner in Ostenberg Motor Parts Company, built a tractor with a $3,000 investment in a years time. This machine was put together from stock parts of regular auto makers. F.A. Ostenberg and his brother Luther had began an auto parts business in Salina in 1918.

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In 1954 the Ostenberg plant burned down after building 50 tractors, all the records and files were consumed in the fire.


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