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. It was formed from the 1902 merger of McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and Deering ...
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The International name traces back to 1902, when five equipment manufacturers merged to form the International Harvester Company, but its roots go back to the 1830s and 1840s when Cyrus McCormick developed and patented a horse-drawn reaper and then opened McCormick Harvesting Machine Co.
International Harvester Company (IHC or IH; now Navistar International Corporation was an agricultural machinery, construction equipment, vehicle, commercial truck, and household and commercial products manufacturer. It was the result of a 1902 merger between the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and Deering Harvester Company, along with three smaller agricultural equipment firms: Milwaukee ...
Long before the Milwaukee plant became a part of an international conglomerate, it was Milwaukee Harvester—a local operation specializing in twine binders, mowers and harvesters. The company enjoyed financial success through much of the 1880s and 1890s. It was courted by a number of other states hoping to entice the growing business into ...
International Harvester W6 Tractor. Introduced in the USA in 1940, the W6 was one of the new line of Raymond Loewy 'styled' tractors. The W6 was a medium size available in petrol and diesel (WD6) models and was mechanically similar to the Farmall M but not designed for row-crop work. In Australia, the first W6 was imported and tested in May 1947.
International Harvester is probably the best-known brand on this list. The automaker built popular pickups until 1975 when it ended small truck production to focus on its industrial truck and tractor lineups. International Harvester built the first light-duty diesel pickup and a pioneering SUV called the Scout.