Sioux City Foundry & Mfg. Co.

The Sioux City Foundry produced boiler parts, as well as one of the earliest steam-driven tractors. They also produced All-Cast Norfolk coal furnaces were also produced and eventually progressed to gas heated furnaces.

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Ahead of its time was the lightweight tractor announced by Sioux City Foundry & Mfg Company in early 1911. This was an experimental model and it does not appear that it was ever produced in quantity. The builders reported that they had used the experimental model for a year with very good results. The tank ahead of the engine was a tower cooling device. Ottumwa-Moline Pump Company supplied the two-cycle engine used in this tractor. The company went into receivership in 1920 and was taken over by Sioux City Foundry and Boiler Co.


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Sioux Experimental Tractor


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