The Roar of Dust and Diesel-The Story of International Harvester Doncaster The Roar of Dust and Diesel-The Story of International Harvester Doncaster  Ref: JP1204
In the twentieth century, the name of International Harvester was known worldwide as the most prodigious manufacturer of some of the finest farm machinery money could buy The Company's bright red livery and distinctive logo remain instantly recognisable and many of these fine products were designed and built in Britain within its three Yorkshire factory sites.

Mike Teanby's account of the activities of IHGB in Doncaster, highlighting the crucial role played IHGB in shaping one of the most formidable farm machinery makers of all time. Any reader with an interest in International Harvester or the history of farm mechanization will find it a remarkable story.

At its core the story remains a celebration of 50 glorious years building farm tractors and implements in Doncaster, during the period 1949-1999; Farmall BMD, B450, 885XL and Maxxum, giant industrial PAY-loaders, crawlers, balers, combines, even some of the high horsepower farm tractors imported from Europe and North America. - Hardback, fully illustrated