1914 International Harvester Model MW

1914 International Harvester Model MW 1914 International Harvester Model MW
Auto Wagon
This is an example of the IH Autowagon in 1914 with a radiator in front of the faux hood. This one was fitted with balloon tires in place of 38-inch hard rubber wheels that were standard. It has also been fitted with a custom body. IH ceased production of the Auto buggy model and several actual automobile models in 1911, to concentrate on building vehicles for the farmer - the Autowagon. Autowagons were built in Akron, Ohio and production continued through 1916.

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Model Year Production

#1#2#3International Harvester
1919Ford (820,445)Chevrolet (129,118)Buick (119,310)
1918Ford (435,898)Buick (126,222)Willys Knight (88,753)
1917Ford (622,351)Willys Knight (130,988)Buick (115,267)
1916Ford (734,811)Willys Knight (140,111)Buick (124,834)
1915Ford (501,492)Willys Knight (91,904)Dodge (45,000)
1914Ford (308,162)Overland (48,461)Studebaker (35,374)
1913Ford (168,220)Overland (37,422)Studebaker (31,994)
1912Ford (78,440)Overland (28,572)Buick (19,812)
1911Ford (69,762)Overland (18,745)Maxwell (16,000)
1910Ford (32,053)Buick (30,525)Overland (15,598)
1909Ford (17,771)Buick (14,606)Maxwell (9,460)

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