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  1. May 16, 2022 · International Harvester Company, sometimes known as IHC or IH, started as an agricultural and construction equipment company in 1902. IH consisted of a merger between two companies and three small manufacturers. The founding members were Cyrus Hall McCormick, William Deering, J.P. Morgan.

  2. International Harvester Máquinas S.A. was established with Brazilian government support as part of a project to develop a vehicle industry there. Their first product was the International S-184 heavy truck. In 1966 Chrysler purchased International's Brazilian plant. Home products Home appliances

  3. International offers the largest and best dealer network in the area. Improved Wiring Cab wiring is more reliable with newly designed harnesses, improved termination and a new robust in-cab power distribution module. The International® a26 Engine

  4. International trucks have been built and sold by the International Harvester Company (renamed Navistar International in 1986) from 1909 until the present (2023). Originally marketed to farmers the trucks were immediately successful and were sold to businesses in cities as well.

  5. Jan 6, 2023 · The International Harvester A-Series debuted in 1957. The name represented the company’s 50th “anniversary” in the truck building business. They were wider than their predecessors and the front fenders were better integrated into the body than before. This ’58… more» Aug 24, 2022 • For Sale • 8 Comments

  6. Oct 24, 2019 · International Harvester had a reputation for building great, durable products, and an outstanding dealer network. Nevertheless, after World War II, the company began to rest on its laurels. The more agile and innovative Deere & Company passed it up to become the biggest U.S. maker of agricultural equipment in 1958.

  7. Jul 20, 2021 · International Harvester tried to get across the point that its trucks were meant for all kinds of buyers, not just farmers or construction companies. International posted a modest sales increase for 1970, with dollar volume swelling to a record $2.7 billion. Profits, however, tumbled to $52 million.

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