International Harvester





              Model M

This 1923, 6HP Model M is one of the more common farm engines of its day. However, the factory horse cart option is not often encountered. My M is also equipped with factory clutch pulley, factory magneto, and is igniter fired. A throttle governed design is featured on all Type M engines. Other features included an overflow carburetor and a removable cylinder sleeve. This engine runs on gasoline or kerosene. Between 1918 and 1937 Harvester built 56,000 Type M six-horsepower engines.  The engine alone weighs approximately 900 pounds.
With the exception of the Fairbanks-Morse Model-Z engines, the IHC Model-M engines were the most widely sold of anything on the market.    



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