PasKaPoo Park Historical Museums




1912 International Auto Wagon

International Harvester began production of the Auto Buggy in 1907.
Ken Smithson built this replica of the Express Wagon version which was introduced in 1912.
He started collecting parts in the early 1970's with photographs and design drawings of the original Auto Wagons. Ken made a lot of the parts for the Auto Wagon as some of the parts were beyond repair. He put in a 1967 Pontiac Acadian four-cylinder motor. Ken had a lot of help from people like Lorne Hicks, who painted the wagon, Morris and Terry Sheane, who helped install the engine and did the frame work, and Ken's wife Rose, who helped build the wagon and do the leather work. The wagon is fully road legal, with modern day turns signals, brake lights, and a horn.



 Other Points of Interest in the Smithson International Truck Museum:

1912 Auto Wagon 1934 C-1 1938 D-2 1941 K-1 1948 KB-1 1951 L110
 1955 R110 1956 S100 1958 A100 1959 B100 1961 C110 1963 C1100
1965 D1100 1966 1100A 1967 1100B 1968 1100C 1970 1100D  1971 1010
1972 1110 1974 100 Police Car Parade Truck License Plates Vintage Photos