International Harvester pictures for everyone


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By Gascat - 3 Years Ago
JEFF, do you happen to know where that photo was taken ? Looks just like one I sold to a fellow in woodland ca. Area around 15/20 years ago. Thanks Roy
By rubbishman - 5 Years Ago
1970 VCOhttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/6924c079-fb20-4998-a6f0-4948.jpg-190. Scary looking contraption.
By grenfell34 - 9 Years Ago
r190 with trailer problems
By skeeter - 9 Years Ago
couple more of the binders..... first truck I bought when I was 18... 66 cof4000
By 68CRACKERBOX - 10 Years Ago
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By Glee Pitney - 10 Years Ago
Glee Pitney (09/11/2012)
Here is an IHC Emeryville in about 1965 pulling a Michigan Train. Gleehttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/d150e12d-45fa-4f50-911c-8f06.jpg
By roKWiz - 7 Years Ago
Welcome 66dc75, Great looking truck you have there.
By Daryl Gushee - 9 Years Ago


Bill White (30/07/2013)
Put many miles in one like this R190 with a tag

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Bill, I would have loved racking up the miles on that rig. I bet you enjoyed most of that.
By DIESEL-FUMES - 10 Years Ago




By Tutlebrain - 5 Years Ago
aw12345 (3/23/2017)
V8's can get it done Scania's V8's are Europe's truck engine of choice since the 1980's


Well the first ones had their problems with liners sinking etc. But they did get them right in the end.

As for other V8s in Israel we had the VT400/430/460 which was a disaster in the Autocars it was fitted into and made everyone wary of the configuration, so much so that most civilian Mack DM800s sold in Israel had Cummins 855 in preference to Mack's own V8. The IDF had both Cummins VT460 (as a a replacement to the Ford GAAs in the Sherman tanks) and Mack V8 (in its DM800 tank transporter) but in both cases they were only used in vehicles covering relatively few miles so it did not matter. I'm not aware of even ONE truck sold with a 903 in Israel. GM's 8-71 / 8-92 and Magirus-Deutz air-cooled V8s were only a side show anyway...  

By Newfie-Trucker - 7 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/7a4d00a8-a30f-4b1a-a659-4e2b.jpgfound this gem in N.S. not bad price either it is a fleetstar 2070http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/661f8166-2cb5-4902-a5fe-4292.jpg 

By Skip - 6 Years Ago
Can't offend me.  I called them uglier than home-made sin several years ago.
By John Frances - 7 Years Ago
John Frances (3/23/2014)
PIE truck from the David Faust Collection at Hank's here, looks like a COE converted into a conventional.

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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 ?
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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"
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
Your welcome roKWiz (9/8/2017)
Always enjoy the great pictures you post here Bill.


By Bill White - 6 Years Ago
1965
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By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
Shea-Matson L model IH
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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
My Moms brother (Ron) and one of Dads K 11

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By Hamish - 8 Years Ago
Bill White (6/29/2014)
Hamish (6/29/2014)
I wonder if it might be a year or two earlier than 1948-it appears to be a K model-(going by the grille)-rather than a KB.

Hamish, In the USA back in the day trucks that was not sold might years old when sold they where sold and titled as the year they was sold, that is why you can not tell by design changes..............................Bill


Thanks Bill. If that fire truck has the FBC318 motor, I guess it could be a K8.

By wayne graham - 8 Years Ago
Joe, I am thinkin they weren't afraid of a lot of things. Wayne
By chtrout - 2 Years Ago
International Harvester "FA-184" Axle Question...

Catalog pages for the IH "M-6123-CBE" indicate that it came with an IH "FA-184" front drive axle. The description reads like it "might" be a "Coleman Model-18" steerable front drive axle, re-branded with an IH part number. Does anyone know for sure?
By Hamish - 8 Years Ago
DTC 405 Emeryville with pusher axle. From Fred Gruin Jr. collection at Hank's Truck Pictures. The last of this style of Emeryville cabover had the cab mounted lower than the earlier L/R series Highbinders.
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By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
1956 International Harvester Works Ft. Wayne,IN
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By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
KB-7
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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
Eilermann Transfer Loadstar

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By Hamish - 8 Years Ago
KB6F or KB8F concrete mixer truck in Canada.
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By grenfell34 - 10 Years Ago
bill did you tell me a while ago you had a few 4300 series????
By grenfell34 - 4 Years Ago
hayseed (4/12/2018)
chocko (4/11/2018)
. What is that round thing used for below trolley valve on steering column ? Thanks.



Look like a Control Valve for a trailer with Vacuum Brakes to Me...But I have been wrong before.:exclamationmark:

ya on the money seed    pbr vacuum trl brake control   when they started repowering  ihc n d/ts with j -c series many were still pullin vacuum brake trls
so we mounted 'con-vac' belt driven vacuum pumps  on those engines and they could run either full air trls or old vac brake trls
most were driven off the fan hub n mounted over the rocker cover which was a pain in the arse when changing inj or doin a 'hotset' [runnin overhead]
yeah showin my age lol

By Shifty - 6 Years Ago
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By Aaron - 8 Years Ago
Radial tires have a useful life of about 6 to 7 years,bias ply will last a little longer,there are still 10:22 tires made Cooker tire gets them theyn are US tires not off shore junk.
By grenfell34 - 8 Years Ago
bill I knew I had seen one somewhere?
taken at don Robertson,s gerome az
By donkeydog - 9 Years Ago
I have so many International storys to share, My husband says I have never met an International I did't want to take home, I we have had over a dozen to play with, Oh he likes them Kenworths, so if this is all we have to argue about our marrage may last a while.
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
1956 IHC R-190

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By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
1941 K-8  Jack Marsh Motor Transport
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By 68CRACKERBOX - 10 Years Ago
NOW WE ARE ROLLING,BILL WHITE IS POSTING PICTURES.
By John Frances - 7 Years Ago
KB-14 with International across the front instead of an emblem.
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By Binder77 - 9 Years Ago
Sold this fine pair several years ago. The trailer is a Gramm, can't remember what year.

By DIESEL-FUMES - 10 Years Ago



By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
1947 IH W-4064
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By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
IHC S1900 Grain Truck

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By rubbishman - 5 Years Ago
Looking forward to seeing those.
By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
1957 Travelall
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By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1954 R 130

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By Scott Ales - 8 Years Ago
Yup!  You were right, the tie rod is less than a 1/2" from the current tires!  No room for anything bigger.  It would be just like me to feel great about a cheap deal on Ebay for a set only to find out the won't fit!  

Thanks again.  Latest picture after some additional polishing.  Should have the stacks back on tomorrow.

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By jhancock - 9 Years Ago
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1947 International KBR-11 with owner installed CAT engine.

Jim
By John Frances - Last Year
This Bulletin is dated April 1952. The 102 Spacer Saver took 4" off the back of the cab and moved the bumper back 2" for a 102" BBC instead of the regular 108" BBC.


In the Crismon book there is a factory photo of the 102 Space Saver and he points out in the caption that it has a single rear window instead of the regular split window. This picture is from International Trail November 1955 and in the article it is identified as a 102 Space Saver and has a single rear window.


The R-195 in this 1953 ad has a single rear window.


This Bulletin is dated April 1955. The 96 Space Saver replaced the 102 Space Saver. In ads and articles it's referred to as the Super Space Saver. It has 4" off the back of the cab, the cab is moved ahead 4" and the grille is flattened out and the bumper moved back 4" for a 96" BBC. The front axle is moved ahead 2".









By Mark Brubaker - 9 Years Ago
Bill White (28/01/2013)
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That is a beautiful sight Bill... I wonder if this truck was at South Bend? Seems I've seen it before somewhere. Wonder what the specs are...
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1969 Loadstar 1800 NSW

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By Brocky - 8 Years Ago
Here is a 1915 model H(??) that showed up at a local tractor show last Saturdayhttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/4d156d4c-8509-47ab-bbee-2a3d.jpg
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
R-190 IH With Fruehauf

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By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
1947 International KB 6-7
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By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
R Model at work in Colorado

By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1966 IH from OZ

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By wayne graham - 7 Years Ago
Slim, I never understood that deal. The 57 sold like hot cakes and was very stylish. I guess they just could not handle prosperity.
By oldtrucknut74 - 8 Years Ago
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Daryl might recognize this one. 
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
Rare 1959 T-all and me
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By Aaron - 8 Years Ago
Looking better already Scott,do you have any knowledge of the past history of this truck, thats always interesting.
 Could you take a couple pictures of the fuel tanks and hangers, I may have a set of those tanks and brkts on a kit.
By Geoff Weeks - 4 Years Ago
I drove Double Deckers around Chicago, both stick and semi autos and found it very easy to adapt or jump between LHD and RHD. 
By eymurphey - 10 Years Ago
From my International Collection on FLIKR--- 1938 COE

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By kb3csw - 5 Years Ago
Bought this last weekendhttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/66916899-3ee5-4515-94c9-571.jpeghttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/5a00e73c-498e-4824-8f26-7af.jpeg1978 350 Cummins, 10 speed
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
LF-200
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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
IH R185

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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
Fleetstar 2000 in Germany

By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
International single-cab steel-hauler



By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
Some K'S and L models and a couple Ford's also

By 68CRACKERBOX - 10 Years Ago
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By Jim Rose - 8 Years Ago
All the W models that I have seen have had a wider cab than this one has. Of course there are lots of things that I have never seen.

Scott Ales (9/18/2014)
No problem, more the better!
The model is a W3042L  or WC3042L  I think those are actually one in the same.  
I like it mostly because of the wide cab.  I am told by the family I bought it from it was a tandem from day one.  
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By jhancock - 7 Years Ago
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An IH electrical or phone service truck with a periscope in the roof above the driver.
By Bill White - 6 Years Ago
H.S. Blake, This ones for you.
Take care,
Bill W.
International down under

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By Jim Rose - 8 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/61fb0a07-973d-490c-bd7c-8ec4.jpghttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/3c15530a-ad12-4152-acc0-6169.jpghttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/8685b23c-e3e5-4e0c-843a-e9c6.jpghttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/8104f1b6-66cb-4c0f-a81e-a2cc.jpgMy friend has this IH four wheel drive pickup for sale. It has no title but is a good solid truck. The engine turns so should run. http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/958b53df-8ab4-4720-9036-65b8.jpg
By John Frances - 2 Years Ago
'39-40 D-500, redesignated as K-8-COE in '41.
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By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
Dad and the 1956 in Denver, CO.

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By Glee Pitney - 10 Years Ago
Here is an IHC Emeryville in about 1965 pulling a Michigan Train. Gleehttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/d150e12d-45fa-4f50-911c-8f06.jpg
By Eddy Lucast - 9 Years Ago
You need to research the "fair use" clause of the copyright laws. You have to abide by at least two of three principles to be legal. The most important is that the use of the item transforms it's original purpose. If it came from a history site that would be hard to argue.

i.e. If you posted an ad for a new truck from 1950 on the forums. It's original purpose would have been to sell trucks and by posting it here you have transformed its purpose to be a discussion on truck history.

If a historical society owns a photo and you repost it to another history site you have a problem.

That said I've spent a lot of time there researching family history and its a fascinating site.
By chocko - 7 Years Ago
Ron I cannot imagine the hours of work,finding correct parts and expense of converting to right hand drive. I saw quite a few pictures of conventional IH's from Australia, were the COE'S avaible there also such as the Emeryville DCO400, and CO 4000-4070 ? Thanks Joe D.
By Glee Pitney - 6 Years Ago
Bill:  Thanks for the CMF photo as that is what I rermember of them in the 40's and 50's in Findlay, Ohio. My dad and I went to the grand opening of their new Findlay terminal in about 1951-52. Findlay Truck Line, sucessor to dad's Pitney Cartage Co. later purchased the CMF terminal and later enlarged the office. I took attached photos includoing

Greg Cassidy, owner in 2009.  Gleehttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/6188af34-5dd5-42fa-8076-a18c.jpg 
By CajunIH - 8 Years Ago
Mr. David McNeill still has his. I believe his is a W-3542?? like a 1948 or 49 model.

Here's a pic
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Alex
By Hamish - 8 Years Ago
Great pictures of the loggers Jeff-also thanks to Bill White for finding the extra pages of the CCJ article.
By Hamish - 9 Years Ago
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Coal scuttle International in Australia, probably a 2 ton Model G as built in 1919 and 1920 or 3 ton Model 61 built from 1921 to 1923.
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
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By 68CRACKERBOX - 10 Years Ago
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By Hamish - 9 Years Ago
Whoever built that truck made a very nice job.
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
1970 1600

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By Eddy Lucast - 6 Years Ago
Hamish (2/11/2016)
ppsyclone (2/11/2016)
Don't think that is a CBE, just a regular. CBE stood for cab beside engine. A CBE was a half cab intended for use as a mixer.


According to Fred Crismon-CBE was conventional Comfo-Vision cab Cab Behind Engine. CAE was half cab Cab Aside Engine, I think.


There must be different versions of these terms. When production of the KW bullnose came to an end a new cabover was introduced. This was before the K 100. It first appeared as a CBE in 1953. CBE stood for Cab Beside Engine and was a half cab. In 1956 the full cab version arrived and was referred to as a CSE, Cab Surrounding Engine.
By John Frances - 8 Years Ago
PIE truck from the David Faust Collection at Hank's here, looks like a COE converted into a conventional.

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By John Frances - 3 Years Ago
At the Wisconsin Historical Society McCormick-International Harvester Collection here click on Machine Product List -- 1980, then, on the right side, click on Pages 101-122 and the menu will drop down.
By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
By Eddy Lucast - 8 Years Ago
Are you saying its a mean green machine?
By DIESEL-FUMES - 10 Years Ago
I'm pretty sure it was a Canada set up. but I'll give Bruce a call tomorrow to see what he thinks..

Speaking of Binder. here are some pictures, that I took while I was trucking in his neck of the woods. we would meet up for coffee quite a lot.






The last one is Bruce's truck. but I didn't take the picture













By rubbishman - 7 Years Ago
This sounds similar to the IH/D-T agreements here in the US as to cabs,etc. I suspect except for the CO range cabs like I have, the agreements must have ended when White bought out Diamond-T.

I never understood why White continued to license these cabs to Harvester after the takeover. I am still trying to research this subject but have had little success I suppose anyone who would know is long gone by now.
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
John Francis here is another RDFC-402 Haliburton 12V-71 Detroit
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By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
1964 Transtar 400 Marathon Oil

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By Jeeperscreepers - 2 Years Ago
Nice picture John.  I wonder if my truck could be one of those.http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/9b0df877-6810-44d5-9004-9cbc.jpg
By jhancock - 9 Years Ago
Took this picture at the 2008 Macungie show of an International Loadstar moving van.

Jim

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By Slim 3979 - 5 Years Ago
Hey, Mr. G, that's a nice pic of you standing there by the ice truck.  You haven't aged at all.
Slim
By grenfell34 - 7 Years Ago
later model still badged aa different grill
By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
K

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By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1962 D-405

By Jeeperscreepers - 7 Months Ago
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.
By 68CRACKERBOX - 10 Years Ago
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By jhancock - 9 Years Ago
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Colorful IH 4 door pickup truck.

Jim
By rubbishman - 6 Years Ago
1958 BC series, rhd, Selecto-Matic trans. Photo: Refusetruckphotograhy.com This type configuration was quite popular with the Southern Cal haulers well into the early 70's even though the chassis were generally too light to stand up to the abuse of these front load bodies.http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/ad4797f2-2f1b-4395-9f36-5e9e.jpg. Frames usually cracked or "V"eed behind the cab.
By rubbishman - 6 Years Ago
Not IH but interesting newer one.http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/8a1f15c9-aeb6-4b29-a097-d288.jpg
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
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1967 D-405
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
Thanks Hamish, Again I put the wrong info when I posted it here.
Hamish (2/17/2015)
Bill White (2/17/2015)
1956 International DFCO Gasers

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Gas engine CF405-L models maybe, Bill?




By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1950 International L-180
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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1940 International D-500-F
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By GregB - 8 Years Ago
Oh my, that is beautiful!
What is the model of this truck?
By Slim 3979 - 7 Years Ago
Mr. Rok,
Thanks for the pics.  That 1957 A100 was one of the best looking trucks Harvester ever built.   The Travelall with the stacked headlights was after they had fired the girl styling dept. and the hairy legged boys started making them uglier and uglier.  Is that steam tractor a McCormick?  And that is a pretty girl standing by that A100. 
Slim
By chocko - 8 Years Ago
SCott nice truck. Before investing in wide floats make sure tire does not hit pitman arm or drag link before hitting stops. Joe D.
By Bill White - 6 Years Ago
IH RDF 405
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By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
1953 R-200 Nice little tractor

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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
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My 1979 2500
By 68CRACKERBOX - 10 Years Ago
I STILL DON'T KNOW HOW YOU DID THAT WITHOUT ANY PROBLEMS, AND I THOUGHT I WAS A OUTLAW.
By grenfell34 - 6 Years Ago
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By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
1956 RDCO
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By DIESEL-FUMES - 10 Years Ago
Bill, thanks I'm glad you like them. I also like the family pictures you put up. family history means a lot to me and I think its great when people share there pictures and or story's.....
By Brocky - 2 Years Ago
Wolfcreek_Steve (12/10/2020)
What are the 2 silver "things" between the bumper and headlights?
Possibly hand held spot/search lights?????

By Brocky - 7 Years Ago
Yes, the answers to some of this history has been lost when people have past away. It is not really known who exactly designed the Compfo-Vision cab. We know that there was a close personal friendship between members of the IH and DT design team engineers, and many suspect that it was a cooperative effort? It is known that it was stamped by Chicago Cab Co (possibly owned by IH??) and that there are some small differences in them, mainly cab mounts to match other chassis layouts.
 
The LCF cab was designed by the Murty Bros in Portland under contact to Mr. Tilt of DT. DT then sold the design to IH before DT was purchased by White, so that is the reason IH could continue to use it and White came up with the Compact and Trend.

Most of this info has been related to me by  DT historian Leroy Gurganus of Jasper AL
By Hamish - 8 Years Ago
Extended hood RDF 220-H.
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By chocko - 2 Years Ago
Aaron my friend had this Autocar maybe 30 years ago.He said it was a 335 Cummins at the time I did not realize that small bore 743 cu in used 4" exhaust. I do not know if this was standard from the factory or what. Any input from anyone. Thanks.
By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
Dubbo saleyards, New South Wales

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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1986 F2275



By Dima - 2 Years Ago
Jeff Lakaszcyck (2/11/2020)
This is the closest I have Dima. Just imagine an extra axle on this one. 

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Thanks Jeff! But I'm looking for a three-axle truck!

By aw12345 - 5 Years Ago
Love those old livestock trailers, takes me back to the days as a kid
By Bill White - 6 Years Ago
1938 International D-15 dash
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By Wolfcreek_Steve - 9 Years Ago
I've never seen one like that, but 37-40 were the years for the D series.
By Slim 3979 - 6 Years Ago
rubbishman (4/9/2016)
I hope I don't offend someone again, but my cents worth is these have got to be the "cheesiest" things to ever come out. I wonder how much some so-called "consultant" got paid to come up with this.http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/836ed2e1-cfe5-4723-8d2c-1517.jpg


I agree. Harvester finally figured out how to make a truck uglier than the 1950 L model,
Slim  :P

By Maint1 - 8 Years Ago
I thought you might enjoy this Emeryville
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
1947 IH W-4064 4
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By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
1973 International CO1610A Cargostar
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By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
delgue (4/28/2014)

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Hello Marlin great to see you on again. I would keep this intact good cabovers are hard to come by these days.
and there is getting to be more rebuilt and on the road again.
Take care,
Bill



By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1959 International V200 Van Pelt
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By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 7 Years Ago
John Frances (6/6/2015)
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He looks like he is beating that putt-putt into submission !


By 66dc75 - 5 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/a48a80b8-f3a6-4f12-9766-a4ea.jpg57 A 160
By DIESEL-FUMES - 10 Years Ago
By tundra - 7 Years Ago
that gold and white a100 shown issa kinda rare ;golden jubilee;
I had one back in the mid 70;s assa shop beater
we tossed out the 6 cyl and put in a ih 392......the original 3 on the tree overdrive didn't like it much though..lol
it was kinda different from the outher ;;glamour;; pickups of the era I had back then        [a 57 cameo and a 57 dodge swepside]
it got t-boned and totaled back in bought 76 .......they were pretty cool old pickups
By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
International R200 RD501 Gas Engine

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By Scott Ales - 8 Years Ago
Thanks, we're picking away at detailing it.  Not sure exactly what to do about the tires.  Considering large floats on the front.  I also reached out to Greg Smith at Talbert lowboy trailers.  I've known him for 6 years now after buying 8 new trailers in 2008.  They have Talbert lowboy #1 built in 1947!  Trying to get the two units together for a photo shoot.  It happens to be red also.
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By GregB - 7 Years Ago
Picture I found on the net.http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/67a14c9d-91ef-44bb-b62a-2743.jpg
By 68CRACKERBOX - 10 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/2f7928db-c674-481f-8ea6-3a94.jpg EAGLE
By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 2 Years Ago
Bruce Ohnstad (4/2/2020)
that yellow WW II military International looks like it has a Dayton double oscillating fifth wheel.  Does anyone have a picture of the plate?

Bruce


Bruce, this is the best I have. I think you are right that it is a double pivot. 

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By Slim 3979 - 6 Years Ago
Hamish (12/26/2016)
1927 Model 74-C chain drive with 2 speed diff that was at an auction in New Zealand earlier in the year. One of about 350 74-C models built that year.
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Thanks for posting this truck, Hamish.  Are those polling sockets on the front frame?
Slim


By Slim 3979 - 5 Years Ago
Slim says:   6 in a row will make 'em go
By Slim 3979 - 6 Years Ago
Geoff Weeks (4/11/2016)
It was supposed to modeled off the D series of the late 30's, They would have done better to model off the C series of the early 30's or the K series in my opinion, both were better looking, and I think the C was the best.



I agree with Geoff. 
Harvester could have better spent their money fixing the doors on the 4300 so the wind didn't blow thru them like an ill fitting barn door.

Slim


By railrob - 8 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/b763480e-2806-4d15-8c56-8dfa.jpg My first public safety ride. I believe it was a 1953 vintage, ex Mass Electric truck. Real hard to start with a 6 volt system. Any ideas on the model?
By Maint1 - 8 Years Ago
Made an offer on the Brockway for one of us, haven't heard anything back, I would like to have it, rust free and runs good, air brakes, got everything to the museum. Will update that thread. Dave
By skeeter - 10 Years Ago
thumbin' thru a few sites and ran across something a few of you might be interested in ....... website...... www.enginads.com..... old powerunits hitand miss and such.... car and truck part listings....... has a listing for an 64 emeryville and a 47 ford and a reo......all for sale....
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1958 International R 200 truck with a 6V53 Detroit Diesel

By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
grenfell34 (21/07/2012)
bill this is my next project 51 westcoaster



Ron, one of my favorite models
By Jeeperscreepers - 6 Months Ago
George Kirkham's 1959 RDF-230-H with Rolls Royce engine.http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/b856ecff-64f7-4364-96b2-99ae.jpg
By Wolfcreek_Steve - 10 Years Ago
Bill White (20/07/2012)
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Customized with 39 Plymouth headlights! (among other things)
By Wolfcreek_Steve - 5 Years Ago
Geoff Weeks (7/28/2017)
rubbishman (7/27/2017)
DCO-205H US Army. Wonder why the mirror heads are removed?



Because it's the military, and what's behind you is of no importance, it is what is in front that can kill you!


Very funny scene in the movie, Gumball Ralley. "Whatsa behind you doesa not matter!" as he rips the mirror off the Ferrari's  dash and throws it over his shoulder.
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
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1950 L-195 top photo was when it was new, bottom at 6 months old and my Dad with his arm in the sling. his codriver was killed.
By Bill White - 4 Years Ago
KB-8

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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1948 International KB-11 Bassett

By Mark Brubaker - 9 Years Ago
I recently re-started my Facebook account and I stumbled on this open group.

Old emeryvilles and internationals Lots of nice pics. Check it out...
By Hamish - 4 Years Ago
Very nice and original-apart from the engine 1962 RDF195. Had a Cummins C160 from new but sometime in its life it got a RD450 gas heart transplant. Michael Hosking took the pictures.
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By Bill White - 6 Years Ago
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1938 D-15
By Eddy Lucast - 10 Years Ago
Photos from messages older than this one have been added to the photo gallery.
By jhancock - 2 Years Ago

International S-120 Civil Defense rig.



By rubbishman - 8 Years Ago
Found on Australian Classic Commercials site.Quad lights from 1959 to 1963. http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/6596b075-5e96-499c-a712-dbda.jpghttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/d3cb36e2-b752-405b-92c6-ce48.jpg
By rubbishman - 7 Years Ago
I have tried to research the Chicago Cab Co in regards to the CO cab but have had little luck. I do believe they probably supplied the stampings but I am under the impression the cabs were assembled/welded at Fort Wayne, as all the fasteners on the structure have IH stamped on the heads (which I think IH had their own fastener plant).

I remember looking at a new Diamond-Reo steel version in 1972 and noted the interior, instrument panel and dog-house was considerably different (better!) than the IH ones.
By Hamish - 8 Years Ago
Bill White (8/1/2014)

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International DF480 built at International Harvester Company of Canada Truck Plant, Chatham, Ontario. Standard spec was Cummins NHE195, Fuller T905-A 5 speed gearbox, RA306-Eaton 34D3 3 speed 34,000 lbs rear end on Hendrickson RSA-340 suspension. Engine options were International DVT573 at 260 h.p., Cummins NH230, NHC250, NTC335, Detroit 8V71N60/290 or 8V71N65/318. Transmission options were main-Fuller TO905-B, TO905-C, RT910, RTO913, RT915, RTO915, Spicer 8516-3A, 8516-3B and auxiliary-Spicer 8341-D. Rear axle options were Rockwell SLHD-34,000 lbs, SQHD-38,000 lbs, SSHD-44,000 lbs-single reduction, SQDD-38,000 lbs, SRDD-44,000 lbs, STDD-50,000 lbs, SUDD-55,000 lbs-double reduction and Eaton 34DS-34,000 lbs, 38DS-38,000 lbs-single reduction, 38DP-38,000 lbs, 42DP-44,000 lbs-double reduction, 38D3-38,000 lbs 3 speed.
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By Hamish - 9 Years Ago
Tutlebrain, you sure had some nice American gear in Israel, one of the benefits of having the steering wheel on the same side of the cab as they do I guess. Apart from the position of the headlights that Transtar F4370 is a neat truck, as is the GMC General. The set back axle Ford Louisville LTS9000 is cool too.
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
1956 International Harvester Wks Ft. Wayne, IN

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By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1958 R190

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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1971 International Fleetstar D

By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1950 International L185 Roadliner

By John Frances - 7 Years Ago
Where does this cab fit in ? I thought it was exclusive to the Series K COEs but now I see at least some of the early Ks used Series D cabs. Also, the last year for Series K COEs was '46, so were there no COEs from '47-9 (except the Westcoaster) ?

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By Mike garrett - 9 Years Ago
Don't see any pallets under them spuds there! My back hurts just looking;)
By Bill White - 4 Years Ago
A big thank you everyone for the kind words
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By delgue - 8 Years Ago
Heres a project of ours....cant decide if I should tear it down for a donor......or just use her!

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By Cooter - 10 Years Ago
1969 2050A & 1946 K6 pumper
By skeeter - 9 Years Ago
Eddy Lucast (07/04/2013)
Sketter looks like a Fruehoff grain trailer, mag floor, aluminum sides on my steel frame?
1973 dorsey..alum floor.. single wall sides... sides were polished at one time..3-way rear door... needs cleaning and paint on steel parts..... very low miles...... bought new..... ran it about 6 yrs.... till bought hoppers....
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
International R-200 & Fruehauf Rack

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By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
1951-52 L-185
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By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
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By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
Some Emeryvilles
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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1922 International Model G-61Tanker

By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 8 Years Ago
Scott, that's a great truck. Hopefully it won't take much to get it looking like it did 20 years ago.

Where in Florida are you ? Our ATCA chapter meeting is in Bushnell Saturday.
By roKWiz - 7 Years Ago
Tutlebrain (10/1/2015)
Speaking about IH cabs which run forever, this is the latest version of the 9000-series cab, still being made in NZ:
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By Kenworth. Looks remarkably like a K200 to me.
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By Bruce Ohnstad - 6 Years Ago
sounded like a fun idea until....  new meaning to "the last straw"

Bruce
By 66dc75 - 7 Years Ago
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My 57 A 160 Mesh grill and stacked headlights were B series '59 and up
By Tutlebrain - 7 Years Ago
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A Turkish one carrying Renaults or, worse, Romanian built Dacias. From the Turkish old trucks FB group.
By grenfell34 - 8 Years Ago
hayseed (01/02/2014)
Hamish (31/01/2014)
Bill White (31/01/2014)
Dubbo saleyards, New South Wales

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Sorry Bill, I think this is a Dodge AT4 series-AT4/D5N Dodges and Inter AA/AB/C Line/D Line trucks used the same cab.


I'm with Hamish, Looks like a Dodge to Me..


jeesus bill were did ya get that pic!!! I did a bloody lot of work for Harold n noel Thompson [still goin]

that's a 760 dodge they had !! c160 cummins 5 speed clark and 2 speed Timken which got change to eaton pretty sure the bloke in the pic is lofty morris [deceased] goin by those legs

not sure were the dodge went but the spread trailer and crate was sold to my mate roger Thompson[no relation] and he subbied to bruce Dickerson with a day cab 4070 transtar

roger is the bloke that stood my shed frame and is battleing cancer

this pic will lift him a bit thanks!!!

oh yeah the correct term for dubbo salesyards is 'troy' saleyards

that's priceless mate ! just magic!!!
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
Sightliner

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By Charles Stephenson - 7 Years Ago
Bill White:  Charles Stephenson here.  Would you let me know if any one you know of  has a 1954 Dodge Y or YA 4 ton (10 lug wheel)  377 engine 4 sale ?  Don't need the combination carbs or split exhaust, just from and including the flywheel to the crank (2) belt pulley. 515-276-7877.  Still haven't figured out the classified's adds yet.
By grenfell34 - 10 Years Ago
bill the first breakdown i ever did was in one of thes ihc utes lol

By Bill White - 8 Years Ago

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1948  KB-8

By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
K-5

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By grenfell34 - 8 Years Ago
bill 4300 series tramcar probably one of the best trucks ihc ever sold here!!
finding a good one now is like winnin lotto! pic taken at the chippin -Norton truck stop western sydney
some time in the late 80-s
By Glee Pitney - 5 Years Ago
Many thanks, Bill. I always enjoy your photos.
Glee 
By jhancock - 6 Months Ago
Jeeperscreepers (2/19/2022)
My favorite Tackaberry truck but of course I'm partial.


Nothing wrong with having a favorite!

By Tutlebrain - 9 Years Ago
and more...

Retrieving a broken down a restored 1970 Leyland Royal Tiger



House moving in 1938 (from the Afikim Kibbutz archives)



The IDF tested this a few years ago but no orders followed (pic: I. Nachman)



Another Paystar at work (pic: as above)





A K7 used by the Hadera town fire-fighting services (pic: Hadera town museum's archives)

By chocko - 5 Years Ago
I sure would like to have one of those DCO's with a Cummins and sleeper. My friend is selling IH VCO long tandem firetruck on Ebay now. It is in nice shape but needs motor work.
By Bill White - 6 Years Ago
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1947 KB-6
By Jeeperscreepers - 6 Months Ago
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By Scott Ales - 8 Years Ago
Hey guys, I'm a bit lost and confused as to what I can put on the wheels I currently have on the steer.  The tires are 11.00 X 22.5 and were installed back in the 1980s, I'm going over to the shop to confirm they are not radials.  My local truck tire store is concerned that I can't put 11R x 22.5 on those wheels.  Which actually surprised me since I thought the only difference is the Radial aspect.  What gives everyone?  Anybody know?
By roKWiz - 7 Years Ago
Nice Transtar Bill.
Thought you might like another ACCO firetruck. 1968, This ones for sale here.
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By stondad - 8 Years Ago
Very impressive ! Thanks John.
I read the article and it answers a few of the questions I had about laws in the 'States about axle layouts and maximum grosses.

Without steerable axles on the trailer, I can well imagine the stresses on it.
No wonder they put super-singles on the steer and I bet it was "diff-lock engaged" before attempting any sort of corner !
By chocko - 2 Years Ago
Thanks for the replies. I do not remember seeing many small bore 335's  around here.If they were around I think they put 5" pipe on them. Dan whats the rest of the drivetrain ? Thanks.
By EdSwartz - 10 Years Ago
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Member and exhibitor Gary Johnson is also an excellent craftsman. Here is the model of the real thing.

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The real thing, 3rd from the right- Auburn
By grenfell34 - 5 Years Ago
wayne graham (3/22/2017)
Ron, I am nowhere near the cummins mech that you are. I have never understood the deal on the 903. Friend of mine had 2 and I drove one a bit. It seemed to be alright for it's hp rating which I believe was about 325. I don't think cummins ever got americans on board to start with as a lot of the criticism came right out of the shops. This motor came to us at a time when V8's were not doing well thanks to the green leakers and the yellow fuel guzzlers. I do think 10 yrs earlier the V8 would have been more well received. They sold a bunch of them in Versatile 4 wheel farm tractors and they did well as long as the pump stayed sealed. I had several farmers come to my place with questions like " where do I put this button and shims so I can pull a plow one gear faster. Same with the cats where does the allen wrench go. You guys down there proved the 903 worked but it never fared so well here. Guess that is how it goes.  

wayne the 903 deal has puzzeled me from the first trip to the u.s 20 odd yrs ago???? but I think you may have come up with part of the solution
with the u.s dislike of v8,s back then! , we never had the earlier 265 in trucks here and only a few v6 200,s [repowers] so drivers/owners had no pre concieved
opinions about them! also what you said about the shops rings true , by the 80,s we were importing container loads of used 903 and  nh engines to rebuild n replace leakers and  nearly all the 903 had some sort of  micky mouse repair done to them???? maybe cummins training program  failed or the mechanics had a dislike for them as well? I don't no?? I have fond memories of them even though they didn't make me much money lol
and thanks mate I value your thoughts on this subject


By jhancock - Last Year
Not a good day for the driver.
By John Frances - Last Year
What are they showing off here ?

















By Binder77 - 8 Years Ago
Middle of another fertilizer season.


By grenfell34 - 9 Years Ago
buck acco 3070 903 /rt915 / sshd, loaded with spuds

By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
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By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
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1947
By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1961 IH COE and Dorsey Trailer

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/3c68523a-a79a-4a40-9216-7689.jpg
By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
Transtar 4070, in Germany

By Jim Rose - 6 Years Ago
This looks like disaster waiting to happen. Driving the rear truck would be a way to get killed. 
By John Frances - Last Year
1937 Metro



By Brocky - 4 Years Ago
Hamish, Was this T line you speak of any relation to Diamond T?? Being bought out by IH in 1979 they must be no relation to the T Line of Harrisburg PA which was founded by some of the old Osterman Diamond REO Giant people in the early 2000's.
By Hamish - 8 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/e8587b6c-437a-497f-8f6f-6afc.jpg1979-1980 ACCOF 2152-B series with Cummins V555 power.
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
Hey Daryl that is'nt a binder.

By Glee Pitney - 4 Years Ago
Bill:  Thank you.  Glee
By wc62 - 2 Years Ago
Hi, I am looking for Payload information on Model 15 launched in 1927http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/62a9c317-a5b4-4062-9789-f221.jpg
By Eddy Lucast - 5 Years Ago
It does look like a corn binder with wagon wheels.
By Slim 3979 - 7 Years Ago
hayseed (1/7/2015)
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/058962a2-a8be-47d2-aa9d-cedd.jpg

Mr. Hayseed, we enjoyed looking at the Donald Duck truck.  They had lots of room inside and were a pleasure to drive, however you had to wear a paper sack over your head b/c the were so ugly.      Slim
By Brocky - 7 Years Ago
Roc
The Fiat / Chrysler connect I think is recent like in the last 5 or so years..
I am asking about the one which goes back to the post war early 50's era in Australia..
By Geoff Weeks - Last Year
Yeah, I can't really make heads nor tails of it. The belt driven acc looks a lot like a Bendix vacuum pump, but it has too many hoses on it. 
 My recollection is the early Fab's would have an updraft carb, but I could be wrong. Too much we can't see.
By roKWiz - 7 Years Ago
Those are two difference Internationasl you've posted the first one is a K200 with a different grille surround.
The last one is an older model like this one I took a picture of in NZ on the docks a couple of years ago.
like thishttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/93a294f5-4a8f-48a1-8564-0c08.jpg
By John Woge - 10 Years Ago
Here's a little gem in my neighborhood..........

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/b85c0b75-1817-466a-8e77-3380.JPG

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/c5ced7aa-7911-4a34-a7af-617f.JPG

John
By rubbishman - 3 Years Ago
I like the picture of the Cement Co. owner...
By Hamish - 9 Years Ago


International cabover trucks advertisement from 1959 showing CO/VCO/DCO models that shared a cab with Diamond T, Emeryville built DCO-405 models and ACO Sightliner models.
By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
IHC K-7 Tri-State Transfer

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By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1983 PayStar first time I seen a sleeper on one of these.

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/d60db5e0-0f05-421a-a59c-9ebd.jpg
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
Like the I-T pics
By Hamish - 7 Years Ago
grenfell34 (3/12/2015)
later model still badged aa different grill

You've got these Aussie AA models the wrong way round, Ron. The open grille or bar grille models like this one came first with the mesh grille ones later.

By Hamish - 6 Years Ago
ppsyclone (2/11/2016)
Don't think that is a CBE, just a regular. CBE stood for cab beside engine. A CBE was a half cab intended for use as a mixer.


According to Fred Crismon-CBE was conventional Comfo-Vision cab Cab Behind Engine. CAE was half cab Cab Aside Engine, I think.
By Bill White - 6 Years Ago
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By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
Ellis Manifold IH Truck RD 372-406-450-501 gas engine
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ELLIS INTERNATIONAL INTAKE 372 406 450 CI port side
By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
By Jeeperscreepers - 6 Months Ago
Eddy, I just googled his name and looked up their website.  They must still be in business since the date on the site is 2022.  Nice looking website.
By Scott Ales - 8 Years Ago
Here are a few more interesting documents.  
* Original advertisement for the body shop that painted the truck.
* Copy of the Montana registration from 1979 (year before I graduated from High School and was driving a 1971 Kenworth W900 with a two stick 4x4)
* Copy of the Montana title from 1956 showing Yellowstone County as the owner.

I bought the truck from the son of Mr. Womack who had a truck sales business in Idaho Falls, Id.  He bought it May 27th,1982 from Yellowstone Ford Truck Sales Inc.  I presume they took the truck on trade from the County.  Based on the original orange color I would guess the County bought it new.  But cannot confirm that yet.
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By Glee Pitney - 10 Years Ago
My favorite IHC, 1955 R220 pulling a 5,250 gal. Fruehauf in northern Ohio. Gas engine, 8 speed RoadRange. I drove this unit for a year in 1957-58 out of Toledo. http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/039f3870-a2ff-433f-a775-8ca8.jpg Glee
By jhancock - 7 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/a0973a2f-f487-410d-a916-f277.jpg

Same truck.  Just playing with photoshop.
By Tutlebrain - 6 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/61518a4b-707c-4741-895f-ba82.jpg
A South African B-train waiting at the Mozambique border, via Ferdy De Martin on the Toprun FB Group. Would not surprise me if it's an ex-US fleet judging by the front wheels. Up until recently you could register LHD trucks in SA so quite a few US trucks were imported to the country.
By Hamish - 9 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/df20f99b-8b20-4740-bb15-c8b5.jpg

Southern Transport Company, Invercargill, New Zealand-International Loadstar F1800 with Domett Gravelmaster bottom dump. The truck would have a 197 horsepower V345 gas motor, 5 x 3 speed and IH RA341 30,000 lbs bogie on Hendrickson RT type suspension.
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
KBS-7 I would like to have a better picture of this one.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/707f2f26-35f1-4ceb-bc0f-54c7.jpg
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
KB-6

By Scott Ales - 8 Years Ago
Hey fellas!  I just bought one of these and it is on a truck headed to Florida today.http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/ab766ade-974c-45d2-8374-681b.jpg
By 68CRACKERBOX - 10 Years Ago
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By Hamish - 9 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/e3cfe2ab-5219-458a-b9b5-f9d6.jpg

Cadbury's International K5 or KS5. Has got a Dodge cab (1939-47 type) built under licence by T.J. Richards and Company, Adelaide, South Australia. Chrysler Australia purchased Richards' business and it became their body building division. Most K and and KB series trucks sold in Australia used this cab, although there were some supplied with IH cabs as well.
By carlotpilot - 5 Years Ago
v-vt 903
By hayseed - 7 Years Ago
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By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
1947 KB 7
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By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1975 1700D

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By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
A lot Wayne, A fellow here in DSM had 3 on with them

wayne graham (06/07/2012)
Bill, How many 4070's do you suppose were on with IT. Wayne
By wayne graham - 9 Years Ago
Like your KW. I have 3 A models myself. one I have been building for 4 years and don't know when I will ever get it done.lol Wayne
By curdog - 8 Years Ago
Does Ed Chambers still have the big K cab Westcoaster out at Tulsa?
By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
grenfell34 (7/2/2014)
bill I really liked those 4300 ihc ,s but dcf,s were my favorites!!
i owned one for a short time ex carighbah haulage sold it to a mate , still regret it!!



Ron, I always liked the 400 series

By Jim Rose - 6 Years Ago
Bill White (1/1/2016)
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/f1ea3135-86d1-4600-87e0-59ad.jpg

Dick would get 1 more mile per gallon if he would move the IH emblem to the center of the grill instead of being offset to the right.
By Park Olson - 7 Years Ago
HOW TRUE
By jhancock - 6 Months Ago
Tack has some beautiful trucks!  Here is under the hood.  

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By John Frances - 7 Years Ago
Buda emblem on the side of the hood.
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By Slim 3979 - 8 Years Ago
Bill White (10/18/2014)
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/90de5ed5-4a5b-4946-b95e-3e6f.jpg
Bill, we really enjoyed those Harvester pictures.  Thanks.  The log truck looks like she's got a pretty good load.

Slim



By John Woge - 9 Years Ago
251 (21/01/2013)
skeeter (20/01/2013)
[quote]Bill White (19/01/2013)
Dad had a 65 model..... like to find a good one like ithttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/f5eec89a-c8c2-405c-aae0-f89d.jpg


Terry T. has (had?) a Fleetstar for sale. Last I heard sounded like he was thinking of scrapping it around New Year's as nobody had expressed any interest in it.

I'm thinking the Fleetstar Terry has is a 2010 style....similar to this 2110 I used to have.

John

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By Brocky - 9 Years Ago
Dan

Agree with your question. Might be a Duck Truck (Transtar400) with a wierd add on sleeper??
By Tutlebrain - 8 Years Ago
Bill that must be a local mod, probably to accomodate a longer diesel engine and rad.
By stondad - 8 Years Ago
Lovely !

A "trouble 5" and a "dirty thirty" !
By chocko - 6 Years Ago
Hamish that version of the Paystar 5000 was the most popular model IH offered. By far it outsold the glass nosed models. Good explaination of describing L and R-Model IH's. Joe D.
By Bill White - 6 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/72b06ef0-577f-4cb1-a459-a87e.jpg
1938 D-15
By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
Boers

By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1977 International Loadstar 1700

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By jhancock - 6 Months Ago
Hamish (2/14/2022)
Hard working F210D in New Zealand.


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

Excellent photo!

By jhancock - Last Year
TexasWindstorm (2/18/2021)


Nice looking fleet!

By Bill White - 6 Years Ago
Dick Boyd's still working 1953 in Colorado 2015
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By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 9 Years Ago
Eddy Lucast (22/01/2013)
Instead of where's Waldo

Where's Daryl?


I've been wondering the same thing. He's been pretty quiet lately.
By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 9 Years Ago
I think Steve is right, probably Chevrolets.
By John Frances - 7 Years Ago
Jeeperscreepers (6/26/2015)
How about another one.


I read all the stuff about you're truck on the other forum. It came with a Cummins 335 right ?
By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
This is one pair I would like to have.

By VTMACK - 10 Years Ago
The KB7 was about 20 miles from me in Vt but all of a sudden one day it was gone and I haven't seen it since
By rubbishman - 6 Years Ago
All I have is the Crismon book that I will bring up here and scan the picture(s) and post them next week. I don't keep the archives at this location.
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
IH KB-11 Robert West
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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1977 1800

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/2fc4b3ec-9179-4e94-af51-8abe.jpg
By 68CRACKERBOX - 10 Years Ago
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By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 9 Years Ago
That was a design prototype from about 1941-43, I don't think it ever made it out of the clay stage.
By Jeff Lakaszcyck - Last Year
Two of the ducts are going into the cab. It may be some kind of heater. It really seems more like air conditioning. But it seems too early for A/C, although Packard had it in 1940. 

By DIESEL-FUMES - 10 Years Ago
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By Tutlebrain - 7 Years Ago
They look similar but I'm pretty sure the IH is the 9800i further modified. The 9800i is still being made in Brazil with the older style cab:
http://brazil.internationaltrucks.com/staticfiles/braziltrucks/trucks/9800i/images/anexo_23.jpg
and in South Africa: http://southern-africa.internationaltrucks.com/Trucks/9800-Home/9800-Detail.html
By carlotpilot - 6 Years Ago
awesome  picture  any one know where it was taken?
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
1956 IH RCODF Cook

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/8e4b9a5b-10be-4ae2-9f0a-dec1.jpg
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
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KB 5
By Hamish - 6 Months Ago
jhancock (2/15/2022)
Hamish (2/14/2022)
Hard working F210D in New Zealand.


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

Excellent photo!


F210D usually had NH220 I think.
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/9f144d41-baf7-458d-aa1b-66ac.jpg
By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 8 Years Ago
Here is a Commercial Car Journal article from February of 1946. Unfortunately I only have the 1st page.

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By DIESEL-FUMES - 10 Years Ago

By rubbishman - 6 Years Ago
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By Bill White - 6 Years Ago
Ths is a  AB 180 not a 184,  the 4 stood for the  c160 /c180 powered trucks and was the biggest in the range

difference was  step tanks under the cab- cab mounted higher. heavier springs, f/glass doghouse as the c series came back into the cab

thru a cut out of the firewall f/glass snorkel air intake on rear of passenger side fender

the truck in the pic has a V emblem on the front fender  for the 392 v8 gas engine NOT the 345 !!

Bill

Hamish (5/30/2016)
mrsmackpaul (5/30/2016)
Little AB model road train in South Australia also used to hook another trailer with a loader on a tractor on it to unload on site 

Paul

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/2d0f2c9a-573f-4bf4-9cac-7dd4.jpg

That's a V345 V8 powered AB184, I think.


By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
loadstar

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By Scott Ales - 8 Years Ago
It will be good to check the serial plate when it gets here.  That makes sense to me but I also am perplexed that it is presented to be a 1947.  Which doesn't correlate to the years stated in that info I found on another site.  I'm sure it's the three man Wide cab becausehttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/9de2bf71-9139-4ad2-9b22-e2eb.jpg of the seat configuration.  Check it out.
By John Frances - Last Year
Cummins powered DRD-346-T. They built 9 of these.

By John Frances - 7 Years Ago
Perfect explanation Hamish. Thanks.
By Geoff Weeks - 6 Years Ago
It was supposed to modeled off the D series of the late 30's, They would have done better to model off the C series of the early 30's or the K series in my opinion, both were better looking, and I think the C was the best.
By aw12345 - 5 Years Ago
V8's can get it done Scania's V8's are Europe's truck engine of choice since the 1980's
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
2675f
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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
R170

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By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1956 RF-210

By Aaron - 7 Years Ago
Pretty sharp looking Farmall
Looks like a bunch of states got their hands in Mayflowers pocket
By Jeeperscreepers - 6 Months Ago
Aaron, If you google "International RDF-230-H" you will find several photo's of the truck's restoration. Here's a portion about the RR engine. I hope I got them in order.
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By 68CRACKERBOX - 10 Years Ago
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By Park Olson - 8 Years Ago
      R-160 perhaps?
By jhancock - Last Year

1972 IH Loadstar 1700 served Sikorsky Memorial Airport.



By Tutlebrain - 7 Years Ago
Brocky from what I remember from my visit downunder in 86, possibly. 
By Bill White - 9 Years Ago


By 68CRACKERBOX - 10 Years Ago
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By John Frances - 7 Years Ago
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By rubbishman - 5 Years Ago
I should have remembered  I have posted ads from Cummins on those. I guess most of those large V diesels never caught on, except Detroit perhaps.
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/d9daba4f-3e96-4369-82b7-2fad.jpg1940 DR426-F

By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
VCO 405 Gas Tractor
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By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
Jeff Lakaszcyck (9/19/2014)
Here is a Commercial Car Journal article from February of 1946. Unfortunately I only have the 1st page.

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132

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134
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By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
The time of the pic was at the auctioning of of WWll equipment the IH looks to be a K7  I thought like you did for more cooling
Tutlebrain (8/26/2014)
Bill that must be a local mod, probably to accomodate a longer diesel engine and rad.


By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
By ppsyclone - 7 Years Ago
A couple of years before this, IH announced a joint venture to market the ALF Condor truck with IH insignia. That never panned out either. This could have saved ALF. But they went under. I think this truck was announced right before IH's engine troubles began. They hit the skid financially and the truck was never brought to market. The LCF market is relatively small. The primary users are refuse companies. Mack dominates with KW, Pete, and Autocar also having shares of it. CCC seems to have been pushed out of the market by the competition. IH also quietly dropped their electric truck program.
By John Frances - 3 Years Ago
D-400. I think these are 1 year only, 1940. Picture is in Tampa in 1942.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/bfaca9da-d837-4c62-a949-9301.jpg

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I think these are both M426s. You can read 11.00-20 on the front tire of the 1st one. Both pictures taken at Orange State Motor Co in Tampa in November 1946. Would some of these surplus trucks have been brand new ?
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By Slim 3979 - 5 Years Ago
I sure hope Dima gets to see that integral sleeper cab

Slim
By DIESEL-FUMES - 10 Years Ago


By Glee Pitney - 8 Years Ago
Bill; Thanks. I learned on a 1939 D 35 tractor (in addition to a 40 Dodge, a 40 Chev. and a 46 Dodge.  Glee
By Wolfcreek_Steve - 7 Years Ago
Bill White (2/16/2015)
Sweet K Model
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/39145962-600b-49ab-a582-92a5.jpg

Some may disagree, but I think whoever put that front bumper on the truck, did a beautiful job.
By Binder77 - 9 Years Ago
Wayne, if its the one that I saw at their terminal about a year ago, it's white with orange and yellow stripes. It's a pretty good testimonial that its still going after hauling all those heavy loads.Does it look something like this? Bruce

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/aab17d16-8908-47bb-999d-d5a0.jpg
By Hamish - 9 Years Ago
Tony, the top one is a BC-probably a 160. ACs were very similar-but only 2 headlights-BCs had 4. The other one would be an RC or SC-160 or 170 series I would say. LC cabovers were the same-but L Line trucks used the three diamond hood badge. R Line and later used the IH "man on a tractor" badge.
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
KBF-11

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/f23b0f48-d7f3-47d6-9f67-8510.jpg
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
1920 G61
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/8b055fd7-ba56-489f-bcf0-5045.jpg
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/8da099cf-c6b4-4ea7-842a-8e41.jpg
By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
2000

4900

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/a091410e-2ee7-4386-a79f-8f8d.jpg
By roKWiz - 7 Years Ago
A couple more.... I like the dual cab (crew cab)
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/c1e63a1f-f123-4435-b35b-385a.jpg

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/f1761d7e-e512-40aa-ba66-6e0a.jpg

By rubbishman - 7 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/15f6d9df-081b-4b32-b5c5-8ed8.jpgFactory or custom ?
By chocko - 5 Years Ago
Hamish Mowats green IH DCF 400 has some serious specs to pull that short low side dump trailer.I would think it pulls a heavy equipment trailer. Nice pictures by all.
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
1974
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/726ac67d-d5fe-45c7-bde7-edce.jpg
By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
1949 IH KB-6
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/d27fd745-637a-4028-aa07-7cf9.jpg
By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
Daryl Gushee (31/01/2014)
Bill White (15/01/2014)
1947 W

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/f26aeb86-504c-47a3-be9c-caa4.jpg


I'd like to find one of these in reasonably good shape. Pretty rare, original westcoaster.


Pappy Vance in Hannibal, MO. had one I don't know is he is still with us maybe Michael Gully might know what happend to it. I will try to find out.
By Jeeperscreepers - Last Year
I've seen a lot of pictures of those 400's but none recent or at any shows.  I wonder if any survived?
By wayne graham - 8 Years Ago
Jim, They were the same here. At one time you could not give one away. Wayne
By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
Dick Boyd's Working Westcoaster

By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
By Tony Bullard - 6 Months Ago
Looking sharp, Dan.
By Junkmandan - 9 Years Ago
It sure looks 40s-50s era, kind of a clone to a Cannonball .
By Daryl Gushee - 10 Years Ago
OK, I'm on board with starting the new thread. I hope Bill White and others join in. Even if you have posted the I.H. pictures somewhere else, lets see them again.

I'll start off with the picture of 3 generations of corn field Cadillac.

2011 Paystar tractor
1924 S-63 flatbed
1960 R-185 garbage truck

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/78eea970-806d-4e43-8cc8-65f7.jpg
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
1958 International VF Ace Lines Des Moines, IA.
Picture in Omaha
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/d9adac7d-4479-4f60-b963-b314.jpg
By Eddy Lucast - 10 Years Ago
It isn't green!
By Slim 3979 - 8 Years Ago
Anybody have any idea how much the Kingsbury tank holds?

Slim 3979
By eymurphey - 10 Years Ago
1965 International COE Double Tank





http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/4ef78fd6-143f-4003-baa9-65ff.jpg
By chocko - 9 Years Ago
That prototype Binder was going to be set up pretty heavy with 8 spoke wheels and 12:00 20 tires. Joe D.
By Newfie-Trucker - 8 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/1c847f15-3a6b-4646-bafe-7218.JPG

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/e67db790-ac39-4114-8d63-0630.JPG

2 farm trucks s line models diesel with air brakes well lo0oked after under 100,000 miles on them both

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/da90ee4f-3d14-4973-a5c6-5170.JPG




a alt use for a mixer this one was besides hauling cement also hauled firewood interesting seeing it loaded and unloading lol

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/fcc5a5bb-6778-4c22-a95e-4415.JPG




http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/d6b8bee9-74ee-4700-804f-3d7b.JPG

this company in business for over 30 years was just reciently bought out


By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
This is a nice one John
By Needle-Nose - 4 Years Ago
Question.....in all my years I have never had the opportunity to look at the controls of a righthand drive vehicle of any sort, so please tell me where the throttle pedal, brake and clutch are as opposed to our left hand drive ??? 🤔
By Brocky - 7 Years Ago
Mr. Blake
I do NOT know the particulars on the LCF CO cab.. I do know that both DT and IH assembled/welded their own Conventional cabs and only "presume" IH assembled it for the sale to other companies.

Also please note that the Murty got raised and set back and became the EmeryvilleCOE. Jeff WAI posted a picture, taken at the DT plant, of a prototype with DT badges.. And we had a long discussion about it then. WAI # 605???
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/5c2a6d45-12c2-4089-b66a-e38c.jpg

Let me give Leroy a call and see what I can find out about the Murty cab..
By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1950 International L185 Roadliner Truck

By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
Earl, may know this Loadstar

By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1939 IH D tanker

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/e4e2d2c2-e396-4bba-a88e-e5b3.jpg
By rubbishman - 6 Years Ago
1968 M-623-CBE with Mertz vibrator/thumper unit. I recall seeing these geophysical operations on city streets in the L.A. area around 1970. This machine was probably one I saw, they were all unmarked and painted this metallic gray IIRC. It was fascinating watching the team of what looked like high school kids running the sensors and lines ahead of the thumper trucks, 5 in a convoy, followed up by the recording units and then another team to pick up the sensors. From Crismon.http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/2caa6e98-294e-42e9-b3ea-4da8.jpg
By eymurphey - 7 Years Ago
A "new" old pic for you all --- http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/b4b0b619-17ff-47d3-bd85-9ffc.png
By Bill White - 6 Years Ago
L-190
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/4ba580e4-e067-4721-bb1c-5684.jpg
By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1981 International Paystar 5000 belongs to Adriaan Delport near Piet Retief, Mpumalanga, South Africa. Mint Original condition.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/8ea08f62-0cee-416f-9824-d4b0.jpg
By wayne graham - 10 Years Ago
Bill, How many 4070's do you suppose were on with IT. Wayne
By wayne graham - 9 Years Ago
A worthwhile project is like a fine wine. If you hurry the process it will affect the quality of the end result. That is my story and I am stickin to it. Wayne
By jhancock - 2 Years Ago

1964 International F-230


By Stretch - 6 Years Ago
I've seen a couple with a much more conservative paint and accessory scheme that looked a lot better than the one pictured.
International sure went out on a limb with that throwback. Kinda like their all EGR emissions system a la Volkswagen.
By Mark Brubaker - 10 Years Ago
It chased us all the way to Indiana Bob... What can I say? lol


http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/985fe071-5b12-4ef8-92ba-ac4f.jpg
By rubbishman - 6 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/11cc997f-e2f5-4bb1-aa55-b161.jpg
By Hamish - 9 Years Ago
Australian International AS182 coal truck in a spot of bother.http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/8b07ecd7-04b4-472e-a6e0-1eee.jpg
By chocko - 8 Years Ago
Scott I have Fred Crimson's IH Book. It said the W-Models were first introduced in 1946. Nice truck you have there. Joe D.
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
R-190 IH With Fruehauf

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/bce81e8e-23a8-4919-a301-96ef.jpg
By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
Hamish (6/29/2014)
I wonder if it might be a year or two earlier than 1948-it appears to be a K model-(going by the grille)-rather than a KB.

Hamish, In the USA back in the day trucks that was not sold might years old when sold they where sold and titled as the year they was sold, that is why you can not tell by design changes..............................Bill

By Jungerfrosch - 9 Years Ago
Tony Cabanellas (06/12/2013)
I stumbled upon that photo in a google search for something else. It turns out to be from this following site which requires permission to link,and I did not do that. There is lots more IH truck shots there including the truck I linked in a side tilt position.
http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/


I'm not sure how they can require permission to link to their pictures.....You gave credit by the simple fact that the pictures remain on their site, the link shows where it is from. It would be like a business requiring you get permission to give their address. I only saw where they require permission for commercial use or publication, not linking.....they also state that in many cases they do not even in fact own the copyright themselves.

If you were to post the picture with no reference to where it came from then perhaps that could be a problem, but sharing a link....I don't see it.

Tad
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/a551db62-b4bb-4432-8beb-f902.jpg
By Jeeperscreepers - 2 Years Ago
John,  Thanks for the pics.  I really liked the Halliburton 402.
By 251 - 9 Years Ago
skeeter (20/01/2013)
Bill White (19/01/2013)
Dad had a 65 model..... like to find a good one like ithttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/f5eec89a-c8c2-405c-aae0-f89d.jpg


Terry T. has (had?) a Fleetstar for sale. Last I heard sounded like he was thinking of scrapping it around New Year's as nobody had expressed any interest in it.
By DIESEL-FUMES - 10 Years Ago
By Tutlebrain - 5 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/c6f24f4e-485e-4d37-a7f6-9d63.jpg
Found and restored after many years - story here:

https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2017/02/27/team-penskes-1972-international-transporter-the-blue-hilton-lives-again/

By donkeydog - 9 Years Ago
I don't have a picture to share with you, but I would like to share a story.

Damned Internationals.

I was a newlywed and my husband was a logger, up befor the sun and home at darkthirty. (Cat skinner TD 20 Sieres E ) I was a good wife and had dinner on the table for him when he got home (most nights). Tonight I was thinking I would go to the butcher shop and ask Myrtle to cut him a 1and1/2 inch New York steak. Just what he deserved!!!. Well in the driveway was our 1978 Trans Am and behind it was three of our International Pick/ups. No problem, I had to move the Internationals to get to the Trans Am. I get in the 1949 KB 3, start her up, put it in reverse, look out the back window, let out the clutch, Crash, CRASH, OOOpps wrong shifting pattern. I get out and survey my damages, Whhew, did't hit the Trans Am!!!! But I did have a problem, I ran into the IH in front of me, which in turn ran into the one in front of it. Well lets try this again.I get back into KB 3, get this right this time, put her in reverse, let out the clutch put my foot on the throttle, give her a little more gas, and more gas, and low and behold all three cornbinders climb out of the driveway together, well all three Internationals are coupled together like a freight train. I get out of the pick/up and start to jump on the bumper, of the first two then the next two, I don't know what I was thinking, at the time I weighed a little over 100 lbs.WELL THESE INTERNATIONALS HAD IT IN FOR ME. There was no way I was getting to the precious Trans Am, and now I acn not even get the International's apart to even drive one of them to the butcher shop.

When my husband got home that night, I told him about those nasty Internationals.He said lets have a look, and just as I told him, all three binders were attatched and climbed out of the driveway together, he had to jack them apart.He then got cleaned up and we went out to dinner (BEST PRIME RIB EVER). To this very day he tells people about the extremes I went to to get out of making dinner for him.

And that is why I LOVE THIS MAN, we will be celebrating our 33rd wedding anaversary this year. LOVE YOU JONNY O
By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
It makes no difference if they are radial or bias 22.5 wheel will take either style
  Scott Ales (9/24/2014)
Hey guys, I'm a bit lost and confused as to what I can put on the wheels I currently have on the steer.  The tires are 11.00 X 22.5 and were installed back in the 1980s, I'm going over to the shop to confirm they are not radials.  My local truck tire store is concerned that I can't put 11R x 22.5 on those wheels.  Which actually surprised me since I thought the only difference is the Radial aspect.  What gives everyone?  Anybody know?


By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
1948 International KB-8
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/dfcfa027-c194-4645-8e33-c345.jpg
By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
grenfell34 (6/14/2014)
bill kb 12 engine

Thanks Ron, That looks to be a Continental Engine

By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
1957 S-130
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/0dfbd068-6181-4754-9c61-ed01.jpg
By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
1947 W

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/f26aeb86-504c-47a3-be9c-caa4.jpg
By Bruce Ohnstad - 2 Years Ago
that yellow WW II military International looks like it has a Dayton double oscillating fifth wheel.  Does anyone have a picture of the plate?

Bruce
By Hamish - 9 Years Ago
skeeter (04/04/2013)
some of my ihc's


Nice trucks, skeeter. Is the green one with the dump body a VF model?, looks like it's got a wide spaced tandem on extended Hendrickson walking beam and a pusher axle.
By chocko - 2 Years Ago
Ron we did not have many KW's and Petes in the northeast part of US until about the mid 1970's. Motor Truck in Carlisle or Harrisburg,Pa and a dealer in NJ.About the only guys that ran them were the guys running the Coast for the most part.Now I think the biggest seller of construction spec trucks in my area is KW,Mack lost its foothold on dump trucks and lowboy tractors here. IH Western Star and Freightliner have good dealerships but cannot compete with KW sales.Pete is building a dealership in my area.
By donkeydog - 9 Years Ago
Wayne, Thank you, I guess you won't have any problems with another gal on this site. On Kenworth Wednesdays I posted a picture of my KW. Hope you like it.



Thanks again
By Tutlebrain - 9 Years Ago
More...

At the dealership, brand new in 1990(?). Pics: I. Nachman





Bud alloys (!), the beginning of an era in Israel.



and the last one for today

By Hamish - Last Year
John Frances (10/5/2021)
1955 R-1705 Roadliner


1956 S-1840 Roadliner


In New Zealand we had SF174 tandems but they didn't have the fender extensions like the S1840 Roadliner. I guess only trucks with the wider and heavier 7000 lbs front axle had that style.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/84661b03-4935-42aa-8cf8-5b36.jpg
By Hamish - 7 Years Ago
Bill White (3/9/2015)
Hamish, Here you can't give wedge brakes away

I don't think the Aussies and Kiwis liked them much either, Bill. The Poms used them a bit too-full air Bedfords-KM and TM models, and D series Fords-D1000, D1618, DT2418 models.

By chocko - 2 Years Ago
I saw some of those IH RFDc Models had 12V-71 Detroits in them.I would like to see the installation of the 12V-71 in them.
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
1950 International L-170 & Fruehauf Van

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/a496a445-d82a-4878-ba43-ce58.jpg
By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
International D-1610 in the land of OZ

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/62c28c66-810d-43f5-b770-537b.jpg
By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1964 International Loadstar

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/6c2ad8a1-7687-4d9d-9b39-f4d1.jpg

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/4baad366-dc39-456a-808b-d821.jpg
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/f3dfb58b-f181-4d55-a959-2814.jpg
By Hamish - 8 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/55dd7ee8-c8b7-4ea7-b705-dfeb.jpg

A few pictures of Aussie Inters in New Zealand-1975 ACCOF 3070-A series-Cummins V903 power, probably RT915 Fuller Roadranger gearbox, Rockwell SQHD 38,000 lbs tandem on Hendrickson RT type suspension, wedge brakes.
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1951 Metro-bodied refrigerated trucks

By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 10 Years Ago
A KB-11 with a Rex mixer and a '61 V-210 wrecker.

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/0f6bce03-5571-4501-a56f-7285.jpg

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/29a36858-770b-4e7f-846d-168a.jpg
By Geoff Weeks - Last Year
Hard to tell from the pic's the engine is the stock FAB 6, early version with the distributor on the back of the genny. It might be a belt driven supercharger (vane type blower) but hard to see enough of what was going on with all those tubes. 
By Slim 3979 - 7 Years Ago
Mr RocWiz,
We enjoyed the International pics, especially the crawler Harvesters, but why would anyone paint an already ugly truck  --   purple??
Slim
By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
From George's site
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/1d22e764-c70c-4812-af11-86e4.jpg
By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
IHC 205 tractors in the 77th Trans motor pool Germany

By 68CRACKERBOX - 10 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/2e570c32-0e70-4ac3-b3aa-f2db.JPGhttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/e031dbbf-0170-44c2-82a7-afcb.JPG
By John Frances - Last Year
R-180 with a flat front. There is a picture of a similar truck in the Crismon book in the 1953 section but that truck, like this one, has big door windows so they would be late 1955, right ? The Crismon caption says it has a 96'' BBC so maybe this was the small truck version of the Space Saver 96. That raggedy looking overpass is still on google street view as of 2019 but now the clearance is 11" 6'.


By roKWiz - 7 Years Ago
Hi Turtlebrain, after studying the pics zoomed in, your spot on, very, very similar parts used but are not the same. Even the doors are very close in shape and size but look different.
Geoff
By rubbishman - 5 Years Ago
I wish I could find one just for a few cab parts. Some guy is showing one he was pulling parts off (at very high prices) on epay a few weeks ago but didn't return messages.. I got whatever was not total rust from the 2 cabs C&H still had.
I guess most of those Army DCO's must have stayed in Germany, although I've seen a couple rotted out ones in web image search's. Did the military ever issue an official T.M. on those, anyone know?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/INTERNATIONAL-DCO-200-1967-coe-drivers-side-front-manual-window-regulator/252959749666?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649
By eymurphey - 7 Years Ago
A KB8 -- 1948

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/3d989898-acec-4a7b-a77e-2562.png
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
K-5

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/388ed6f0-e33c-431c-96b6-0400.jpg

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/417a57ff-149c-451a-b49a-3434.jpg
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1966 Loadstar 1700 Tractor

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/cf1b7824-7c5b-4a1e-8008-89d4.jpg
By Scott Ales - 8 Years Ago
I don't mind at all.
They were 95% tread replacements from our motor home.  I was going to go with the regular old 11.00R x 22.5s but couldn't resist the 365s sitting next to the truck on a pallet.  Just aching to get put back into use!

So basically free tires and new wheels.  And I hope one mean look!
By Scott Ales - 8 Years Ago
Well fellas, she landed late last night and we unloaded it at 8:00am this morning. 
I rinsed of the first layer of dirt and have to say that I am well pleased!
She was originally a single axle truck but has always had air brakes.  Engine is 220 Cummins which of course is incorrect also.  Haven't yet figured out where the tandems came from or what vintage they are.  Anxious to get the stacks back on her too!  Interior is very cool with diamond pleated upholstery everywhere.  Chrome is great, don't like the 10.20 split rims in back though.  Still has the original single stalk mirror bracket on the door.  
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/d3fbf7b3-1cb5-4db2-98f5-90e8.jpg
By John Frances - 7 Years Ago
Park Olson (1/15/2015)
Any info on that "Binder"? Looks like maybe an east coast produce hauler.


The picture is from the Life Magazine Collection (here), the truck has Maryland '51 plates (here).
By Hamish - 9 Years Ago
grenfell34 (11/02/2013)
http://www.branstrans.com.au/images/1972%20First%20truck%20-%20International%20Transtar.jpg


Neat truck, Ron, Inter Transtar DCF400.
By chocko - 7 Years Ago
Tutlebrain Whats the story of the last truck on earth. Thanks Joe D.
By Bill White - 6 Years Ago

1969 1600 CO
By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1961

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/233c857f-f2a4-43c9-8660-4570.jpg
By roKWiz - 7 Years Ago
Hi Brocky,
Not my circus (Ron or hayseed will know)  but from what I have read  IH Aust. was bought out by IVECO which is owned by FIAT. I've read that in Australia, Chrysler is refer to as Fiat Chrysler Aust.
So I imagine the two are subsidiaries of FIAT. No dates but here's some good reading.
http://www.roadtransporthall.com/yesterdays-workhorses/47-yesterdays-workhorses/yesterdays-workhorses/1273-international
By throttle prop - 7 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/411ac3c5-fbe1-456d-97ba-6081.jpg
this is a transtar dad traded his 69 diamond reo he blew up the 318 in trying to out run a schnider truck! this IH had a silver92 in it,don't know much bout it ,...1st trip rear end came out in indania up on 65 putted in to rest area an motor locked up waiting on a wrecker from nc,..dealer reworked the deal on a freightliner with a cummins it blew up first trip,limped back to dealer,..blew up 2nd trip,limped back to dealer,..went to pick it up after rebuilding motor 3rd time,mechanic blew it up bobtailing on test drive...dad got a lawyer and went job hunting...this pic was took day dad got it...sad story...
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/bf0c613d-f2ac-4a8c-a26f-ad3d.jpg

R185
By Jeeperscreepers - 2 Years Ago
chocko,  The original exhaust was a 4" but previous owner put a 5" on it.  I was going to put a 4" back on it but the 5" sounds so good that I'll probably stay with it. I need to do some work on it and hopefully I'll get back too it soon.  As soon as I can get my "honey-do-list" done, I be back on it.
By Wolfcreek_Steve - 6 Years Ago
Jim Rose (3/1/2016)
This looks like disaster waiting to happen. Driving the rear truck would be a way to get killed. 

Doesn't look like they have it fastened down well enough to "pull" the rear truck, maybe they have the trucks connected with a chain.
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
Ron, This one is a Canadian IH

grenfell34 (3/12/2015)
Bill White (3/11/2015)
B174
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/4b1eff09-36e2-422f-b0cd-5d59.jpg

bill down here that would be a Aseries   aa180???  they came out with the egg crate grill then changed



By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
IHC K-11
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/821dbee6-38ee-4fb1-b246-c504.jpg
By Scott Ales - 8 Years Ago
Here are pictures from the early 1990s just before it went into storage. http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/0df96a06-cdaa-4cc5-8f83-13f9.jpghttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/efb16caa-e8c3-4b33-8eb0-9557.jpg
By John Frances - 2 Years Ago
Transcon Westcoaster
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/a7a83e65-a286-4a9e-bc46-8b2d.jpg

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By PZ 1 - Last Year
A Sightliner with a sleeper and early Steiger tractors.

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By rubbishman - 7 Years Ago
Crismon claims the Comfo-Vision cab was manf. at Springfield from 53 to 74 (1974 chapter). I know I've read that chapter before but forgot about it when posting last week.

The CO tilt cab may have come from there also, but there is no mention in the Crismon book.
By Hamish - 9 Years Ago
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The Compressed Yeast Company International D2 or D15 Van in Australia, not sure which, probably a D15.
By kb3csw - 5 Years Ago
1975 2070, 290 Cummins, 10 speed RR, AM Radio, No PS, No AC, No air ride. 40ft Great Dane reefer. First Trailer driving job. F.T. Fava Produce 1982.
By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
1988 S 2375

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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
KB 12

By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1975 IH Loadstar F1800 Tandem

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By Glee Pitney - 9 Years Ago
Bill Thanks for this photo (white 22' Fruehauf), brought back memories. Dad had several trailers like this one when I was first learning to handle semis. We did a lot of store-door peddles, up to 25 stops/day in northwestern Ohio. Glee
By ppsyclone - 6 Years Ago
Don't think that is a CBE, just a regular. CBE stood for cab beside engine. A CBE was a half cab intended for use as a mixer.
By roKWiz - 7 Years Ago
Slim 3979 (9/20/2015)
Mr RocWiz,
We enjoyed the International pics, especially the crawler Harvesters, but why would anyone paint an already ugly truck  --   purple??
Slim

Here's a nicer looking panel van for you Slim. The purple one was an ex ambulance.

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Always enjoy the steam and traction engines
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By Slim 3979 - 8 Years Ago
Bill, thanks for the Harvester pictures.  For some unknown reason I always did like those little cargo star tilt cabs.  They were comfortable and easy to see out of.  Once upon a time I drove one from Chatham, Ontario to Houston and it was a wonderful trip.  I really enjoyed it.

Slim
By rubbishman - 10 Years Ago
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By Hamish - 9 Years Ago


International conventional trucks advertisement from 1959 featuring Emeryville built RDF-405, R Line and short hood AC or BC Line trucks.
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1948 KB-11

By John Frances - 8 Years Ago
wayne graham (6/11/2014)
John, is it just me or do those engines look like v-8. With the short cab I would think the back of the motor should exposed if they are v-12.


I'm just an internet truck enthusiast so I don't know, but they both have the raised cab which I thought was done specifically for the 12V-71 and was what made it a 4090, yet they both have CO-4070 emblems and are listed as COF-4070A.

4090A on the left and 4070A on the right.
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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
1947 KB 11 International and a couple of Sterlings in the background

By Bill White - 6 Years Ago
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By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
Lets go for a ride George.
eymurphey (3/30/2015)
A KB8 -- 1948

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By Jeeperscreepers - 7 Years Ago
John, Yes it has a 335.  I'm working on another truck and hope to finish it soon. Then I'll start on the 402.     Thanks, 
By jhancock - Last Year

Ready for harvest time if needed.

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By Brocky - 4 Years Ago
Ron, Thank You for the information!!!
By eymurphey - 10 Years Ago
1948 International W3042 Tractor Trailer Truck

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By aussiewhite - 9 Years Ago
Inters in Aussie
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By Hamish - 9 Years Ago
Some Inters in New Zealand. Ex-U.S. Navy Loadstar F1700-still left hand drive-V304 or V345 gas motor, front mounted winch.

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L170/180 series with single axle bottom dump being loaded by Euclid loader.
By Jeeperscreepers - 6 Months Ago
My favorite Tackaberry truck but of course I'm partial.
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By badgoat - 9 Years Ago
Here's a couple IH pics from the Kemp Auction in 2007. More at http://www.badgoat.net/CRH_homepage/Kemp_Auction/Kemp_2007_pg1.htm

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By rubbishman - 5 Years Ago
Not old either but at least these look like trucks unlike the "Lonestar" range and so forth.http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/b1b3d60c-8ea7-41b9-bc1a-f4b5.jpg
By john - 9 Years Ago
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By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
1989 S1754

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By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
grenfell34 (2/2/2014)
Bill White (02/02/2014)
Daryl Gushee (31/01/2014)
Bill White (15/01/2014)
1947 W

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I'd like to find one of these in reasonably good shape. Pretty rare, original westcoaster.


Pappy Vance in Hannibal, MO. had one I don't know is he is still with us maybe Michael Gully might know what happend to it. I will try to find out.




bill I think dave mc niell has one still?? sold a lot of trucks when he got sick but he hates parting with binders so it would be worth a call!

Ron, I am sorry I missed this. I knew Dave had the K cabed one and last I knew he wanted to hold on to that one. Thanks and take care Mate.

By Hamish - 7 Years Ago
Bill White (2/18/2015)
Thanks Hamish, Again I put the wrong info when I posted it here.
Hamish (2/17/2015)
Bill White (2/17/2015)
1956 International DFCO Gasers

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Gas engine CF405-L models maybe, Bill?





Great pictures Bill, thanks for posting all your pictures.

By grenfell34 - 6 Years Ago
carlotpilot (12/20/2016)
awesome  picture  any one know where it was taken?

finn rock bridge McKenzie river oregon
By grenfell34 - 9 Years Ago
bill definatly powered by a 1710 cummins lol!!!!!
By grenfell34 - 9 Years Ago
bill i found this today ab 130! unfortunately the handbrake was ridin shotgun at the time lol

By dclerici - 10 Years Ago
Shop here in town just cut up a mid-70's Pete 352 I/T, it still had the company made pipe headache rack with a tarp shelf on it. Sad to say the rack went with the truck. Wish I could have at least saved that, but too late.
By VTMACK - 8 Years Ago
Eustis huh, I'll be there in about a month. Like to meet you and check out the truck. Iv'e got a few myself.
By DIESEL-FUMES - 10 Years Ago







By rubbishman - 6 Years Ago
The one pictured is a '59 through '63 since it has the quad Guide headlamps and King Bee cab clearance lights. If it is a diesel it would be known as DCO-205H the US Army had a large number of these as road tractors mainly in Germany.

According to Crismon, the fuel pumper systems were assembled by Consolidated Diesel Electric (CONDEC) of Connecticut.
By Bill White - 6 Years Ago
Bruce, The story from the owner of it.

Update: The owner of this truck and added the detailed history of it. It pulled a freight trailer all over the West. And it’s still hauling today.

John Barrong writes:  This is my truck! and it is a workhorse it is a 1938 d15 had the six removed in 1967 and replaced with 1957 Chevy 283 V8 and 4 speed with 3 speed brownie, and I have its original matching freight truck trailer. I have log books that show this truck hauling from Montana to Santa Fe, with repairs in Durango, Pagosa Springs as far south as Arizona. It spent most of its life hauling sheep in Eastern Oregon; now it hauls antique steam and gas engines and glue lam beams from the mill I work at for friends I bought this truck for $3k four years ago, and it is continually being restored as it is used.

Bruce Ohnstad (5/26/2016)
Bill, what's more of the story on this D 15 semi?  Was the fifth, trailer, and tractor all put together originally in 1938, or later?

The fifth wheel looks like a 30", correct?   The Fruehauf fifths would have the last two digits of year of manufacture stamped on the front side of the plate, does this one have the date stamped?

Bruce


By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
grenfell34 (3/23/2014)
bill I knew I had seen one somewhere?
taken at don Robertson,s gerome az

He has a lot of goodies there Ron.

By jhancock - Last Year
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Some folks will recognize this truck from the trips it made to Macungie from northern Maine with its previous caretaker, Stanley Young.  Stan past away several years ago but he liked to be creative in the shop.  He repowered this KB with a Mack diesel engine.
By rubbishman - 6 Years Ago
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By Bill White - 8 Years Ago
1969 LOADSTAR 1600 tag

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By Bill White - 9 Years Ago
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
1960 B160

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By Terry T - 9 Years Ago
Terry T (06/07/2012)
New in May 1970.

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as it sits today at my house.

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T.


This old gal left my house less than an hour ago with a new owner. Brian plans to do a little work to her and use her to take his antique International tractors to shows, maybe put a plow on her or ??? I'm just glad that I didn't have to send her to scrap as the reason I bought her was to prevent her from being scrapped.

T.
By Slim 3979 - 8 Years Ago
Scott, we really like the pics of your Harvester, and especially the grill.
Slim
By Hamish - 9 Years Ago
British built CO Loadstar advertisement-would have the D354-Perkins 6.354 motor. I don't know if many British CO Loadstars were built, but there were a few British built conventional Loadstar 1700s.

By Bill White - 6 Years Ago
New Westcoaster 3 man cab Hall-Scott 400
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By Bill White - 7 Years Ago
Great photos roKWiz
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
By Bill White - 10 Years Ago
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1950 L-195
By Chuck P - Last Year
Very tidy KB-11 from Harrisonburg 2021.http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/a991966b-3144-486d-85ac-a1cb.jpg
By Wolfcreek_Steve - 9 Years Ago
These live a few miles from me.
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I think Rons brother owns his Emoryville now.
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By Park Olson - 6 Years Ago
   
   Ford, Ford, Packard, Dodge, Ford,,,,oops,,, wrong thread.
By ScottM - 6 Years Ago
Hamish (8/1/2014)
Interesting picture of four trucks with the same cab-International Transtar F4370, Pacific P510-F, Paystar F5000-SF model with tilt hood and set forward axle, Paystar F5000.
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Great looking Pacific, not sure how I missed this one!
By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
1952 International LP-200
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By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
International KF-11
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By Bill White - 5 Years Ago
1930 International W-3
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