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International, Isaacson

4 photo(s) Updated on: 01/25/2017
  • This 1955 International Harvester 2T-75 prime mover and 2S-75 scraper was designed by Heil. I-H entered the scraper market by buying the Heil line in 1954.
  • C. 1920s Isaacson Iron Works pull scarifier. This machine was used by a paving company to break up the roadbed for finegrading.
  • c. 1945 International Harvester T9 crawler tractor with Bucyrus-Erie hydraulic loader. Bucyrus-Erie was a major supplier of attachments for I-H tractors until I-H bought the line in 1953.
  • 1949 International Harvester TD6 crawler tractor and 1942 Fruehauf lowboy trailer. Although they make a nice pair, the trailer was actually built to carry a small crane.

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