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International Harvester is an American company that produces construction equipment, agricultural machinery and commercial trucks since 1902. With that huge lifeline there were hundreds of series of vehicles sold around the world. International Harvester The most long living series is the International Harvester S-Series that first appeared in 1956 and lasted until 2001. This model line was presented by the straight trucks that were commonly used at the farms and ranches and local deliveries. Some modifications of the International Harvester S-Series were used as semi-tractors and school busses. The interesting thing about this series is that it was the last line designed by the International Harvester engineers from the ground by themselves. The original vehicles were produced until 1980, the second generation lasted until 2001. In 1955 the International Harvester Company introduced the successor to their R-series vehicles. That’s how the S-series appeared in 1956; the original available body-styles were presented by the light duty pickups and trucks. Later the full-size station wagon appeared with the model called Travelall. In 1977 the new generation of S-series was presented at the New Orleans Superdome. The design of these medium-duty trucks was completely different as well as the technical characteristics. The engine options included a really great amount of engines: beginning from the 6.6 liter V8 diesel ones and ending with the 10.4 liter petrol I6. Transmission options were presented by the usual manual and automatic ones. International Harvester In 1987, when the International Harvester was renamed to Navistar International Company all the vehicles received a new badging. The steering wheel logos no longer had the IHC on it; they were replaced by the Navistar logo. The exterior also received a new logo in the center of the front grille. From that day on the International Harvester vehicles were made under the name of Navistar International Company, but the name changing didn’t really affect the quality of the vehicles as they remained as good as ever.

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harry haug
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Man i just love it. But sadly we don't have enough of them here in Australia, which is a pity
2012-12-06 03:06:23

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