1922 International Harvester

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Technical specifications

Manufacturer:International Harvester
Type:metal/ wood
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Color:Tan/ brown
Interior Color:Tan/ brown
Engine:horizontally opposed aircooled twin of around 15 h
Number of Cylinders:4
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Extremely rare kept in a climate controlled museum.
1922 International Harvester 3/4 ton pick-up.
Completely restored, new stake bed, runs and drives great. Year of 1922 it was manufactured documented and verified by University of Wisconsin McCormick Library Historical Archives and Texas Department of Public Safety. International Harvester did not put an odometer in these models. This is an extremely rare truck in great condition representing our country's past history.
About International Harvester
IH is often remembered as a maker of relatively successful and innovative “light” lines of vehicles, competing directly against the Big 3. The most common were pickup trucks. IH made light trucks from 1907 to 1975, beginning with the Model A Auto Wagon (sometimes called the “Auto Buggy”). Production commenced in February 1907 at IH’s McCormick Works in Chicago, although production was moved to Akron, Ohio in October that year. Powered by a horizontally opposed air cooled twin of around 15 hp (11 kW), it was a right hand drive model popular in rural areas for high ground clearance on the poor roads typical of the era. It featured a rear seat convertible to a carrier bed. The Auto Wagon was renamed the Motor Truck in 1910, and was a forerunner to the successful modern pickup truck. They were called IHC until 1914, when the ‘International’ name was first applied. The final light line truck was made on May 5, 1975.
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