1955 International AR162
In the 1950s Kiwi drivers needed a truck that could keep up with the rough weather conditions of the great south.
- International Harvester began building their Australian line of trucks at Dandenong, Victoria in 1952
- In the 1950s Australia was going through a post-war economic boom, so sturdy Australian-built trucks quickly left the sales yard to greener pastures
- Southland needed brawnier trucks than European importers often supplied, so Australian Internationals became the truck of choice for many truck drivers and farmers
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