• A rare International car, as the company only produced cars in 1910 and 1911.
  • Four models were offered: Roadster, Runabout and Touring.
  • The company continued to produce trucks.  



In 1907, the International Harvester Company of Akron, Ohio, began producing high-wheeled vehicles designed specifically for farm use.

The company entered into passenger car production for a short time during the years 1910 and 1911.  International offered high-wheelers with tires made of solid rubber, the Model G Runabout; low-wheelers with standard size pneumatic tires, the Model F Roadster like this one;  and the Model J-30 Touring.  The roadsters and runabouts were equipped with 4-cylinder, air-cooled engines that were made by International Harvester. In production for only two years, International Harvester automobiles are quite rare.  After 1911, trucks continued in production.



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