1911 International Harvester Model A news, pictures, and information
The International was powered by an opposed two-cylinder, four-stroke engine that around 15 horsepower. The wheels were large, wooden artillery style wheels commonly seen on 'highwheelers.'
This particular car was sold to a customer in Belgium. In the early 1980s, it was discovered in Brussels, Belgium and brought back to the United States where it was given a complete restoration. The work was done by volunteers, retired I.H.C. employees, member of the 'IHC Alumni Club' and the 'Harvester Engineering Retirees Organization.'
By Daniel Vaughan | Jul 2009
In 1912, revised Models AA and MA (air cooled) and AW and MW (water cooled) appeared with the W models having a real radiator in the front of the hood. Wheel size was decreased to 38-inches from the previous 40 and 44-inch wheels while the wheelbase increased to 90-inch and a longer cargo box was fitted.
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