Template:List of International Harvester Models Navistar (formerly International Harvester) started in Chicago, United States, which produced agricultural machinery, construction equipment and vehicles. 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; Plano; and Warder, Bushnell, and Glessner (manufacturers of Champion brand). International Harvester changed their corporate name to Navistar International Corporation in 1986. Current headquarters are in Warrenville, Illinois.

IH would abandon sales of passenger vehicles in 1980 to concentrate on commercial trucks and school buses . Today the pickups and Scouts are minor cult orphaned vehicles. All were available as rugged four-wheel drive off-road vehicles . Models and toys of IH vehicles are very difficult to find, though Micro Machines made a 70s Travelall with a camping trailer. They had a major presence in East Idaho.

Although based upon truck chassis, IHC also became the leading manufacturer of the chassis portion of body-on-chassis conventional (type C) school buses . IHC successor IC Corporation is the 21st century market leader in both types C & D school bus production in the United States as of 2006.

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International Harvester manufacturers agricultural, construction, and commercial vehicles. They made some some pretty sweet trucks along the way too.

This 1975 International Harvester 150 4×4 is powered by a 345ci V8 mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox and benefits from a repaint conducted three months ago. The interior was refreshed and includes new upholstery, sound deadening, and weatherstripping. The engine was serviced by Karol’s Garage in Los Angeles.

Template:List of International Harvester Models Navistar (formerly International Harvester) started in Chicago, United States, which produced agricultural machinery, construction equipment and vehicles. 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; Plano; and Warder, Bushnell, and Glessner (manufacturers of Champion brand). International Harvester changed their corporate name to Navistar International Corporation in 1986. Current headquarters are in Warrenville, Illinois.

IH would abandon sales of passenger vehicles in 1980 to concentrate on commercial trucks and school buses . Today the pickups and Scouts are minor cult orphaned vehicles. All were available as rugged four-wheel drive off-road vehicles . Models and toys of IH vehicles are very difficult to find, though Micro Machines made a 70s Travelall with a camping trailer. They had a major presence in East Idaho.

Although based upon truck chassis, IHC also became the leading manufacturer of the chassis portion of body-on-chassis conventional (type C) school buses . IHC successor IC Corporation is the 21st century market leader in both types C & D school bus production in the United States as of 2006.

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International Harvester manufacturers agricultural, construction, and commercial vehicles. They made some some pretty sweet trucks along the way too.

This 1975 International Harvester 150 4×4 is powered by a 345ci V8 mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox and benefits from a repaint conducted three months ago. The interior was refreshed and includes new upholstery, sound deadening, and weatherstripping. The engine was serviced by Karol’s Garage in Los Angeles.

In 1926, IH's Farmall Works began production in a new plant in Rock Island, Illinois , built solely to produce the new Farmall tractor. By 1930, the 100,000th Farmall was produced. IH next set their sights on introducing a true 'general-purpose' tractor designed to satisfy the needs of the average US family farmer. The resulting 'letter' series of Raymond Loewy -designed Farmall tractors in 1939 proved a huge success, and IH enjoyed a sales lead in tractors and related equipment that continued through much of the 1940s and 1950s, despite stiff competition from Ford , John Deere , and other tractor manufacturers. [ citation needed ]

IH ranked 33rd among United States corporations in the value of World War II production contracts. [3] In 1946 IH acquired a defense plant in Louisville, Kentucky , which was enlarged, expanded, and re-equipped for production of the Farmall A, B, and the new 340 tractors. Then in 1948, IH acquired the Metropolitan Body Company of Bridgeport, Connecticut. [4] This was the manufacturing facility for the bodies of the commercially successful Metro line of forward control vans and trucks from 1938 until roughly 1964. [ citation needed ]

By 1981, the company's finances were at their lowest point ever. The strike, accompanied by the economy and internal corporate problems, had placed IH in a hole that had only a slim way out. [8] Things only got worse until 1984, when the bitter end came. International Harvester, following long negotiations, agreed to sell selected assets of its agricultural products division to Tenneco, Inc. on November 26, 1984. Tenneco had a subsidiary, J.I. Case , that manufactured tractors, but lacked the full line of farm implements that IH produced ( combines , cotton pickers , tillage equipment, etc.) [ citation needed ]

Template:List of International Harvester Models Navistar (formerly International Harvester) started in Chicago, United States, which produced agricultural machinery, construction equipment and vehicles. 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; Plano; and Warder, Bushnell, and Glessner (manufacturers of Champion brand). International Harvester changed their corporate name to Navistar International Corporation in 1986. Current headquarters are in Warrenville, Illinois.

IH would abandon sales of passenger vehicles in 1980 to concentrate on commercial trucks and school buses . Today the pickups and Scouts are minor cult orphaned vehicles. All were available as rugged four-wheel drive off-road vehicles . Models and toys of IH vehicles are very difficult to find, though Micro Machines made a 70s Travelall with a camping trailer. They had a major presence in East Idaho.

Although based upon truck chassis, IHC also became the leading manufacturer of the chassis portion of body-on-chassis conventional (type C) school buses . IHC successor IC Corporation is the 21st century market leader in both types C & D school bus production in the United States as of 2006.

Template:List of International Harvester Models Navistar (formerly International Harvester) started in Chicago, United States, which produced agricultural machinery, construction equipment and vehicles. 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; Plano; and Warder, Bushnell, and Glessner (manufacturers of Champion brand). International Harvester changed their corporate name to Navistar International Corporation in 1986. Current headquarters are in Warrenville, Illinois.

IH would abandon sales of passenger vehicles in 1980 to concentrate on commercial trucks and school buses . Today the pickups and Scouts are minor cult orphaned vehicles. All were available as rugged four-wheel drive off-road vehicles . Models and toys of IH vehicles are very difficult to find, though Micro Machines made a 70s Travelall with a camping trailer. They had a major presence in East Idaho.

Although based upon truck chassis, IHC also became the leading manufacturer of the chassis portion of body-on-chassis conventional (type C) school buses . IHC successor IC Corporation is the 21st century market leader in both types C & D school bus production in the United States as of 2006.

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