FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - Hundreds of Fort Wayne-built International trucks will be back in the summit city this summer.
Harvester Homecoming is planned to happen at the old plant and track in August. There will be tours around the International Harvester grounds and people with a truck, whether it is a scout or a semi, will have a chance to take a few laps around the old test track.
Harvester Homecoming is planned for August 10th. More events are already in the works for future years.
For more information, visit Harvester Homecoming's website.
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