The International Harvester Company was founded in 1902 by Cyrus McCormick, Jr. in Chicago, Illinois. Its industry was agriculture and automotive and its headquarters was in Warrenville, Illinois. It sold its name and agricultural division to Tenneco, Inc. in 1985. The remainder was renamed Navistar International Corporation.


It had a Canadian subsidiary called the International Harvester Company of Canada, Ltd. which was based in Hamilton, Ontario.


McCormick Harvesting Machine Company (1847-1902)


International Harvester Company (1902-1986)

Navistar International Corporation (1986-)



Pickup A-line (1957-1969)

Travelall (1953-1975)

3-Door Panel

AC-150 Pickup

Speed Truck

Heavy-Duty Truck

Motor Coaches

Crawler Tractor

Farmall Tractor (Cub)

McCormick-Deering Industrial Tractor

No. 45 Pickup Baler

McCormick Mower (21-U)

IH Baler Twine

Self-Propelled Combines

One-Man Pickup Hay Balers

Mechanical Cotton Pickers

Fluid Manure Spreaders

Side Delivery Rakes

Dry & Green Hay Choppers

Power Loaders

Smaller Balers

Corn Pickers (Cut-Off)

Sugar Beet Harvesters

Home Freezers

McCormick No. 125-SPV Combine

McCormick Pull-Type Combines (No. 122, No. 62)


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