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Digital Subscriptions > Diesel World > May 2019 > THE FRENCH-BUILT 1953 FARMALL SUPER FC-DD PARLEZ VOUS …FARMALL?


International Harvester had its red tendrils all over the globe. Even before International Harvester Company (IHC) was formed in 1902 by combining McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and Deering Harvester Company, the founding McCormick family had a long history of doing business in Europe. It’s no surprise that after many years of doing business in France, an IH factory would be opened there.

At first, McCormick exported products to sell through individual dealers in France. After the formation of IHC in 1902, the business relationships solidified; and, by 1906, IHC entered into an agreement with two businessmen, Raymond Wallut and Ets Faul, to distribute product.

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