Industrial version of 454 was 2400 & 574 was 2500 (painted yellow with outboard drum handbrakes). Industrial trans option was Hydraulic Forward/Reverse or Hydro.

Industrial versions were 248/258/268/278/288. Gear drive or Hyd Fwd/rev trans except 268 which was hydrostatic drive. Roof option with heater made available (made by Sekura). Trans option TA. 684 Later Ag tractors were offered with "Super Deluxe Cab" made by Sekura.

In this timeframe, all Farmall models are row-crop tractors, all International models are utility tractors. Both Farmall and International models had hi-crop (or high-clear) versions. International models also had industrial and orchard options.

Industrial version of 454 was 2400 & 574 was 2500 (painted yellow with outboard drum handbrakes). Industrial trans option was Hydraulic Forward/Reverse or Hydro.

Industrial versions were 248/258/268/278/288. Gear drive or Hyd Fwd/rev trans except 268 which was hydrostatic drive. Roof option with heater made available (made by Sekura). Trans option TA. 684 Later Ag tractors were offered with "Super Deluxe Cab" made by Sekura.

In this timeframe, all Farmall models are row-crop tractors, all International models are utility tractors. Both Farmall and International models had hi-crop (or high-clear) versions. International models also had industrial and orchard options.

The International Harvester Scout is an off-road vehicle which was produced by International Harvester from 1961 to 1980. A precursor of more sophisticated SUVs to come, it was created as a competitor to the Jeep , and it initially featured a fold-down windshield . The Scout and second generation Scout II were produced in Fort Wayne, Indiana as two-door trucks with a removable hard top with options of a full length roof, half cab pickup and/or soft top.

International Harvester began building trucks and pickups in 1907. In 1953 it added a truck-based people carrier, the Travelall . In the late 1950s it began to design a competitor for the two-door Jeep CJ 4x4. The 1961 model year Scout 80 made its debut in late 1960.

Scout 80s were built between 1960 and 1965. These models were identifiable by removable sliding side windows in 1960–1961 and even some very early 1962 models, a fold-down windshield, vacuum windshield wipers mounted to the top of the windshield and an IH logo in the center of the grille. The Scout 80 had the gasoline-powered 152 four-cylinder as its standard engine.

The International Harvester Company was formed by the merger of the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and the Deering Harvester Company in 1902. The company had a number of early tractor models. The Farmall, in 1924, sparked a revolution in tractor design. The Farmall introduced the tricycle style row-crop tractor. It could not only plow, but was capable of precision work such as cultivating. International Harvester's agricultural operations were merged with the J. I. Case Company in 1985. Equipment is stil manufactured under the Case IH name.

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Industrial version of 454 was 2400 & 574 was 2500 (painted yellow with outboard drum handbrakes). Industrial trans option was Hydraulic Forward/Reverse or Hydro.

Industrial versions were 248/258/268/278/288. Gear drive or Hyd Fwd/rev trans except 268 which was hydrostatic drive. Roof option with heater made available (made by Sekura). Trans option TA. 684 Later Ag tractors were offered with "Super Deluxe Cab" made by Sekura.

In this timeframe, all Farmall models are row-crop tractors, all International models are utility tractors. Both Farmall and International models had hi-crop (or high-clear) versions. International models also had industrial and orchard options.

The International Harvester Scout is an off-road vehicle which was produced by International Harvester from 1961 to 1980. A precursor of more sophisticated SUVs to come, it was created as a competitor to the Jeep , and it initially featured a fold-down windshield . The Scout and second generation Scout II were produced in Fort Wayne, Indiana as two-door trucks with a removable hard top with options of a full length roof, half cab pickup and/or soft top.

International Harvester began building trucks and pickups in 1907. In 1953 it added a truck-based people carrier, the Travelall . In the late 1950s it began to design a competitor for the two-door Jeep CJ 4x4. The 1961 model year Scout 80 made its debut in late 1960.

Scout 80s were built between 1960 and 1965. These models were identifiable by removable sliding side windows in 1960–1961 and even some very early 1962 models, a fold-down windshield, vacuum windshield wipers mounted to the top of the windshield and an IH logo in the center of the grille. The Scout 80 had the gasoline-powered 152 four-cylinder as its standard engine.

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