This book comprehensively documents the International Harvester Company’s activities from its inception to its merger with Case as Case IH and their influence in Australia and New Zealand. IHC began with a merger of harvesting machinery companies to for the International Trust, the world’s biggest farm machinery enterprise at the time. Then IHC became involved with tractors to become the world’s largest tractor and full-line machinery maker, setting production records that stand to this day.
Details on tractors and machinery models Australian and New Zealand collectors seek in the IH brand line up
Information and anecdotes about collectors and enthusiasts
Collecting, restoring and maintaining vintage machines
Story of Geelong IH Works
The legacy handed on to Case IH
Case products delineated and future projections suggested
Copiously illustrated much previous unpublished material
Dr Graeme Quick lives in Queensland and is a widely experienced engineer, designer and farm machinery historian.
He is the author of Australian Tractors and Remarkable Australian Farm Machines.
The author addresses the crowd at Henty with a brief talk
on IHC achievements over the past 100 years.
Rob Jones' Titan is in the foreground.
hard cover, 285 x 210mm, 184 pages
black and white and colour pictures throughout