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Another workhorse. 1954http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/e4fd93dd-6b08-43c1-98db-0434.jpg

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Hard working F210D in New Zealand.


Any thoughts on power?  Optional Cummins 250 or further upgrade?

Excellent photo!


F210D usually had NH220 I think.


Right you are as well as the 180 (early). 

NH-230 and NHC-250 were optional engines in the US in the 70's for the F210-D.  Either way it is getting a bit of a workout hauling.



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Hard working F210D in New Zealand.


Any thoughts on power?  Optional Cummins 250 or further upgrade?

Excellent photo!


F210D usually had NH220 I think.
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Hamish (2/14/2022)
Hard working F210D in New Zealand.


Any thoughts on power?  Optional Cummins 250 or further upgrade?

Excellent photo!



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Hard working F210D in New Zealand.
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Dan, I agree with you on the cab.. It looks more Compfovision to me??

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John, I was sitting here looking at the pictures and wondering if there are any survivors.  I can't recall seeing any modern truck show pictures of them. I'm wondering if they were a transition truck that IH put together until the "Donald Duck" truck could be put into production.  It appears to me to have a lot of parts that cross between models.  You are correct about the swing out fenders being from the cabover models and the hood and grill appear to be from the offroad RDF-310 or 320 models. I may be incorrect but I don't think the cab is from the cabover models. It has to be a really rare truck if any survived.

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John
Here's what I have in my photo library.

- The Gould truck that got me started in my picture search.
- Kimura s/a that was posted on here.
- 3 different shots of the PIE unit: straight-on distant terminal shot and both Gary Morton and Dave Faust shots.
- 2 shots of the James & Reimer Canada oil field unit from ebay pics
- 2 b/w shots of the "What Am I" Mercury sleeper tractor, front and rear
- blue Williams Bros. Markets s/a posted here.
- brown Sunrise self-loader with flatbed and dozer
- LH & RH shots of the red/white sleeper posted on here
- new yellow/black chassis in Arrow (?) colors
- brown/white Dan Brown Trucking flatbed
- green/white water tanker

That's all that I have of this elusive short run California-built "transition" truck.
I'd love to see more pics if they are out there.

Chuck P.


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PIE truck from the David Faust Collection at Hank's here, looks like a COE converted into a conventional.

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/236210bb-549f-4212-9b6f-4a7e.jpg


I think these trucks are the conventional version of the last high binder version. The scanned at an angle ad showing a truck with a Westcoaster hood and nose is all I can find (attachment is the whole ad). The model designation is D-400, the same as the Donald Duck trucks which complicates searching. Anybody have anything else ?
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/793a0890-da27-40f9-b780-b207.jpg

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These are the nine new models referred to in the ad (F is for tandem, T is for tag axle) : "the D-400 series with conventional models D-400, DF-400 and DT-400, and COE models DC-400, DFC-400 and DTC-400; and the light weight C-400-L cab-over-engine series with the C-400-L, FC-400-L and TC-400-L models"






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      All brands of turbochargers professionally rewound and synchronized.
                                         ------------------------
               This is sketchy even by my standards...   Uncle Tony
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