This book comprehensively documents the International Harvester Companyas activities from its inception to its merger with Case as Case IH and their influence in Australia and New Zealand. IHC began with a merger of harvesting machinery companies to for the International Trust, the worldas biggest farm machinery enterprise at the time. Then IHC became involved with tractors to become the worldas largest tractor and full-line machinery maker, setting production records that stand to this day.John McQualter ofMulwala has a 1970 Farmall Cub Lo-Boy which he acquired from a Pennsylvania collector in exchange for a KL Bulldog. (Courtesy John ... Eric Larsona#39;s FarmallH a one ofthree Ha#39;s in his collection. This 1948 model was labelled the a#39;10-acre tractora#39; by its previous owner, because it a#39;takes 10 acres to turn it arounda#39;. It is unusual ... Farmall Ha#39;s were madefrom 1939 to 1953. This 27 HPanbsp;...
|Title||:||International Harvester Tractors & Equipment ANZ|
|Author||:||Graeme R. Quick|
|Publisher||:||Rosenberg Publishing - 2009|