The International Harvester Company (often abbreviated by IHC, IH, or simply International) was an American manufacturer of agricultural and construction equipment, automobiles, commercial trucks, lawn and garden products, household equipment, and more.
1935: International Harvester introduces the USA's first production wheeled diesel tractor, the McCormick-Deering WD-40 1936: Harvester Red #50 is adopted for all International Harvester tractors, crawlers and power units on 1 November 1936.
The company continued international expansion, begun in the prior century. By 1909, International Harvester was the 4 th largest industrial company in America, measured by assets. In 1917, it was larger than General Electric, Ford, or General Motors, and as large as all its farm implement competitors combined (four times the size of Deere).
International Harvester farm tractors by model. Related brands: Farmall and McCormick-Deering. The International Harvester Company was formed by the merger of the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and the Deering Harvester Company in 1902. The company had a number of early tractor models.
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This is a list of the various vehicles and machines produced by the International Harvestercompany. Cars, SUVs, vans, and pickup trucks Cars Auto Buggy / Auto Wagon1907-1916. Sport-Utility Vehicles Scout Scout 80(1960–1965) 80 Camper/Motorhome (only 1 known to have been produced) Red Carpet Series.
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