1912 International Harvester Model AW

The buggy had served country, town, and rural people for many years before the introduction of the motorized buggy. The high wheels allowed them to travel over water, and they were suitable for traveling harsh terrain and under-developed, deeply rutted, muddy roads.

I.H.C. was a small engine specialist that produced a variety of powerplants for agricultural equipment, cars and trucks. Later, the firm ventured into the motor vehicle production, with a vehicle that was very closely related to a buggy. The engines were typically horizontally opposed units and often air-cooled. Water cooled versions were available for continuous hard use vehicles. The water-cooled M-W produced the same 18-20 horsepower as the air-cooled Model M-A, and had the same five-inch stroke, but its bore measured 4.5-inches instead of 5. Both the M-A and M-W were rated at 1,000 pounds.

by Daniel Vaughan | Feb 2020
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1912 International Harvester Model AW vehicle information

Auto Wagon

Chassis Num: 3274

This International Harvester M-W Delivery Car was acquired by its current owner from the W.K. Haines Sr. Collection in Ohio around 2013. ....[continue reading]

Auto Wagon
Chassis #: 3274 

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Model Year Production

#1#2#3International Harvester
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)
1908Ford (10,202)Buick (8,820)Studebaker (8,132)
1907Ford (14,887)Buick (4,641)Maxwell (3,785)

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