National Geographic : 1969 May
International Cadet 60-the only riding mower tough enough to do so many jobs Now here's new proof that the International Cadet 60 is one of the toughest riding mowers built. It's the only one with the strength and power to handle a snow thrower, a front blade, and a utility trailer. Only a builder of tractors could build a riding mower as tough as this. The sleek styling of the fiberglass body may come as a surprise. But certainly not the muscle underneath. Over the long haul, you'll see how smart you were to buy tough. The Cadet 60 will work harder, at more jobs, for years longer than most others. Test-drive the only riding mower tough enough to take on four seasons. Your International dealer is in the Yellow Pages under "Lawn Mowers" or "Tractors." International and Cadet are registered trademarks of International Harvester Company, Chicago 60611. Instant forward-reverse makes Husky channel steel frame shrugs off the Big 6-hp engine provides plenty of blade work a snap. No shifting! twists and strains of big loads, rough ground. power for the 32-inch snow thrower.