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By grenfell34 - Last Year
r190 with trailer problems
By skeeter - Last Year
couple more of the binders..... first truck I bought when I was 18... 66 cof4000
By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By Glee Pitney - 2 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 Daryl Gushee - Last Year


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 - 2 Years Ago




By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
Shea-Matson L model IH
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By Bill White - Last Year
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
My Moms brother (Ron) and one of Dads K 11

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By Hamish - 5 Months 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 - 9 Months Ago
Joe, I am thinkin they weren't afraid of a lot of things. Wayne
By Hamish - 8 Months 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 - Last Year
Eilermann Transfer Loadstar

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By Hamish - 8 Months Ago
KB6F or KB8F concrete mixer truck in Canada.
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By grenfell34 - 2 Years Ago
bill did you tell me a while ago you had a few 4300 series????
By Aaron - 2 Months 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 Months Ago
bill I knew I had seen one somewhere?
taken at don Robertson,s gerome az
By donkeydog - Last Year
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 Months Ago
1941 K-8  Jack Marsh Motor Transport
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By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
NOW WE ARE ROLLING,BILL WHITE IS POSTING PICTURES.
By Binder77 - Last Year
Sold this fine pair several years ago. The trailer is a Gramm, can't remember what year.

By DIESEL-FUMES - 2 Years Ago



By Bill White - Last Month
IHC S1900 Grain Truck

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By Bill White - 2 Months Ago
1957 Travelall
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1954 R 130

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By Scott Ales - 2 Months 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 Mark Brubaker - Last Year
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 - 2 Years Ago
1969 Loadstar 1800 NSW

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By jhancock - Last Year
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1947 International KBR-11 with owner installed CAT engine.

Jim
By Brocky - 2 Months 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 Months Ago
1947 International KB 6-7
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
R Model at work in Colorado

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1966 IH from OZ

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By oldtrucknut74 - 2 Months Ago
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Daryl might recognize this one. 
By Aaron - 2 Months 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 eymurphey - 2 Years Ago
From my International Collection on FLIKR--- 1938 COE

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By Bill White - Last Year
IH R185

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By Bill White - Last Year
Fleetstar 2000 in Germany

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
International single-cab steel-hauler



By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
Some K'S and L models and a couple Ford's also

By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By Jim Rose - 2 Months 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 Jim Rose - 2 Months 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 Bill White - 2 Years Ago
Dad and the 1956 in Denver, CO.

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By Glee Pitney - 2 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 - Last Year
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 CajunIH - 8 Months 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 - 2 Months Ago
Great pictures of the loggers Jeff-also thanks to Bill White for finding the extra pages of the CCJ article.
By Hamish - Last Year
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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 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By Hamish - Last Year
Whoever built that truck made a very nice job.
By John Frances - 8 Months 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 Bill White - Last Year
By Eddy Lucast - 2 Months Ago
Are you saying its a mean green machine?
By DIESEL-FUMES - 2 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 Bill White - Last Month
K

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1962 D-405

By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By jhancock - Last Year
Took this picture at the 2008 Macungie show of an International Loadstar moving van.

Jim

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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1967 D-405
By Bill White - Last Year
1950 International L-180
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By Bill White - Last Year
1940 International D-500-F
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By GregB - 2 Months Ago
Oh my, that is beautiful!
What is the model of this truck?
By jhancock - Last Year
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Colorful IH 4 door pickup truck.

Jim
By chocko - 2 Months 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 - Last Year
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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My 1979 2500
By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
I STILL DON'T KNOW HOW YOU DID THAT WITHOUT ANY PROBLEMS, AND I THOUGHT I WAS A OUTLAW.
By DIESEL-FUMES - 2 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 Hamish - 8 Months Ago
Extended hood RDF 220-H.
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By Bill White - 10 Months Ago
Dubbo saleyards, New South Wales

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By Bill White - Last Year
1986 F2275



By Wolfcreek_Steve - Last Year
I've never seen one like that, but 37-40 were the years for the D series.
By Maint1 - 2 Months Ago
I thought you might enjoy this Emeryville
By Bill White - 5 Months 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 - Last Year
1959 International V200 Van Pelt
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By DIESEL-FUMES - 2 Years Ago
By Bill White - Last Year
International R200 RD501 Gas Engine

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By Scott Ales - 2 Months 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 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/2f7928db-c674-481f-8ea6-3a94.jpg EAGLE
By railrob - 2 Months 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 - 3 Months 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 - 2 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 - 2 Years Ago
1958 International R 200 truck with a 6V53 Detroit Diesel

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
grenfell34 (21/07/2012)
bill this is my next project 51 westcoaster



Ron, one of my favorite models
By Wolfcreek_Steve - 2 Years Ago
Bill White (20/07/2012)
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Customized with 39 Plymouth headlights! (among other things)
By Bill White - 2 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 - Last Year
1948 International KB-11 Bassett

By Mark Brubaker - Last Year
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 Eddy Lucast - 2 Years Ago
Photos from messages older than this one have been added to the photo gallery.
By rubbishman - 10 Months 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 Hamish - 3 Months 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 - Last Year
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 - Last Year
1958 R190

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By Bill White - Last Year
1971 International Fleetstar D

By Bill White - Last Year
1950 International L185 Roadliner

By Mike garrett - Last Year
Don't see any pallets under them spuds there! My back hurts just looking;)
By delgue - 7 Months 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 - 2 Years Ago
1969 2050A & 1946 K6 pumper
By skeeter - Last Year
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 Months Ago
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By Bill White - 8 Months Ago
Some Emeryvilles
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By Bill White - Last Year
1922 International Model G-61Tanker

By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 2 Months 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 grenfell34 - 9 Months 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 grenfell34 - 2 Years Ago
bill the first breakdown i ever did was in one of thes ihc utes lol

By Bill White - 5 Months Ago

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1948  KB-8

By Bill White - 10 Months Ago
K-5

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By grenfell34 - 5 Months 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 Tutlebrain - Last Year
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 Scott Ales - 2 Months 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 stondad - 7 Months 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 EdSwartz - 2 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 Binder77 - 6 Months Ago
Middle of another fertilizer season.


By grenfell34 - Last Year
buck acco 3070 903 /rt915 / sshd, loaded with spuds

By Bill White - Last Month
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By Bill White - 2 Months Ago
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1947
By Bill White - Last Year
1961 IH COE and Dorsey Trailer

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By Bill White - Last Year
Transtar 4070, in Germany

By Hamish - 10 Months 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 - 2 Years Ago
Hey Daryl that is'nt a binder.

By John Woge - 2 Years Ago
Here's a little gem in my neighborhood..........

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John
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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 - 2 Months Ago
IHC K-7 Tri-State Transfer

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1983 PayStar first time I seen a sleeper on one of these.

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
Like the I-T pics
By Bill White - 5 Months 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 - Last Year
By Scott Ales - 2 Months 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 - 2 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 Hamish - Last Year
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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 - 2 Years Ago
KB-6

By Scott Ales - 2 Months 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 - 2 Years Ago
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By Hamish - Last Year
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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 Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1975 1700D

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By Bill White - 2 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 - Last Year
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 Months Ago
Does Ed Chambers still have the big K cab Westcoaster out at Tulsa?
By Bill White - 4 Months 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 Slim 3979 - Last Month
Bill White (10/18/2014)
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Bill, we really enjoyed those Harvester pictures.  Thanks.  The log truck looks like she's got a pretty good load.

Slim



By John Woge - Last Year
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 - Last Year
Dan

Agree with your question. Might be a Duck Truck (Transtar400) with a wierd add on sleeper??
By Tutlebrain - 3 Months Ago
Bill that must be a local mod, probably to accomodate a longer diesel engine and rad.
By stondad - 9 Months Ago
Lovely !

A "trouble 5" and a "dirty thirty" !
By Bill White - Last Year
Boers

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1977 International Loadstar 1700

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By Jeff Lakaszcyck - Last Year
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 - Last Year
I think Steve is right, probably Chevrolets.
By Bill White - Last Year
This is one pair I would like to have.

By VTMACK - 2 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 Bill White - Last Year
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1977 1800

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By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By Jeff Lakaszcyck - Last Year
That was a design prototype from about 1941-43, I don't think it ever made it out of the clay stage.
By DIESEL-FUMES - 2 Years Ago
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By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 2 Months 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 - 2 Years Ago

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
loadstar

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By Scott Ales - 2 Months 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 Bill White - Last Year
R170

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1956 RF-210

By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By Park Olson - 2 Months Ago
      R-160 perhaps?
By Bill White - Last Year


By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By Bill White - 2 Months 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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By Bill White - 3 Months 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 - Last Year
By DIESEL-FUMES - 2 Years Ago


By Glee Pitney - Last Month
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 Binder77 - Last Year
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

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By Hamish - Last Year
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 - 10 Months Ago
2000

4900

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By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
1949 IH KB-6
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By Bill White - 9 Months Ago
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.
By wayne graham - 4 Months Ago
Jim, They were the same here. At one time you could not give one away. Wayne
By Bill White - Last Year
Dick Boyd's Working Westcoaster

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
By Junkmandan - Last Year
It sure looks 40s-50s era, kind of a clone to a Cannonball .
By Daryl Gushee - 2 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

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By Eddy Lucast - 2 Years Ago
It isn't green!
By Slim 3979 - 6 Months Ago
Anybody have any idea how much the Kingsbury tank holds?

Slim 3979
By eymurphey - 2 Years Ago
1965 International COE Double Tank





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By chocko - Last Year
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 - 10 Months Ago
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2 farm trucks s line models diesel with air brakes well lo0oked after under 100,000 miles on them both

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

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


By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
This is a nice one John
By Bill White - Last Year
1950 International L185 Roadliner Truck

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
Earl, may know this Loadstar

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1939 IH D tanker

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By Bill White - Last Year
1981 International Paystar 5000 belongs to Adriaan Delport near Piet Retief, Mpumalanga, South Africa. Mint Original condition.
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By wayne graham - 2 Years Ago
Bill, How many 4070's do you suppose were on with IT. Wayne
By wayne graham - Last Year
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 Mark Brubaker - 2 Years Ago
It chased us all the way to Indiana Bob... What can I say? lol


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By Hamish - Last Year
Australian International AS182 coal truck in a spot of bother.http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/8b07ecd7-04b4-472e-a6e0-1eee.jpg
By chocko - 2 Months 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 Months 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 - Last Year
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 251 - Last Year
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 - 2 Years Ago
By donkeydog - Last Year
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 - 2 Months 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 - 5 Months Ago
1948 International KB-8
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By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
grenfell34 (6/14/2014)
bill kb 12 engine

Thanks Ron, That looks to be a Continental Engine

By Bill White - 8 Months Ago
1957 S-130
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By Bill White - 10 Months Ago
1947 W

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By Hamish - Last Year
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 donkeydog - Last Year
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 - Last Year
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 Bill White - 10 Months Ago
International D-1610 in the land of OZ

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By Bill White - Last Year
1964 International Loadstar

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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By Hamish - 10 Months Ago
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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 - 2 Years Ago
1951 Metro-bodied refrigerated trucks

By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 2 Years Ago
A KB-11 with a Rex mixer and a '61 V-210 wrecker.

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By Bill White - Last Month
From George's site
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By Bill White - Last Year
IHC 205 tractors in the 77th Trans motor pool Germany

By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1966 Loadstar 1700 Tractor

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By Scott Ales - 3 Weeks 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 - 2 Months 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.  
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By Hamish - Last Year
grenfell34 (11/02/2013)
http://www.branstrans.com.au/images/1972%20First%20truck%20-%20International%20Transtar.jpg


Neat truck, Ron, Inter Transtar DCF400.
By Bill White - Last Year
1961

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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R185
By Bill White - 2 Months Ago
IHC K-11
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By Scott Ales - 2 Months 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 Hamish - Last Year
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The Compressed Yeast Company International D2 or D15 Van in Australia, not sure which, probably a D15.
By Bill White - Last Year
KB 12

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1975 IH Loadstar F1800 Tandem

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By Glee Pitney - Last Year
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 Slim 3979 - Last Month
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 - 2 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/07c2bc86-ca3c-447d-951c-9a46.bmp1968
By Hamish - Last Year


International conventional trucks advertisement from 1959 featuring Emeryville built RDF-405, R Line and short hood AC or BC Line trucks.
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1948 KB-11

By John Frances - 5 Months 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 - Last Year
1947 KB 11 International and a couple of Sterlings in the background

By eymurphey - 2 Years Ago
1948 International W3042 Tractor Trailer Truck

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/08e8a6f9-7681-4799-be6c-6e37.JPG
By aussiewhite - Last Year
Inters in Aussie
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By Hamish - Last Year
Some Inters in New Zealand. Ex-U.S. Navy Loadstar F1700-still left hand drive-V304 or V345 gas motor, front mounted winch.

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/3c284daa-16de-446c-927f-0666.jpg

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L170/180 series with single axle bottom dump being loaded by Euclid loader.
By badgoat - Last Year
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

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/2578382e-7058-46b2-883f-708b.jpg

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By john - Last Year
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By Bill White - 8 Months Ago
grenfell34 (2/2/2014)
Bill White (02/02/2014)
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.




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 grenfell34 - Last Year
bill definatly powered by a 1710 cummins lol!!!!!
By grenfell34 - Last Year
bill i found this today ab 130! unfortunately the handbrake was ridin shotgun at the time lol

By dclerici - 2 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 - 2 Months 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.
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By Bill White - 8 Months 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 Bill White - Last Month
1969 LOADSTAR 1600 tag

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By Bill White - Last Year
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1960 B160

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By Terry T - Last Year
Terry T (06/07/2012)
New in May 1970.

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/3721afe1-a87a-46d2-a732-895b.jpg

as it sits today at my house.

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/af7434af-6844-49ba-9d28-27fa.JPG

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 - 2 Months Ago
Scott, we really like the pics of your Harvester, and especially the grill.
Slim
By Hamish - Last Year
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 - 2 Years Ago
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/e2801298-5789-473f-8233-0e13.jpg

1950 L-195
By Wolfcreek_Steve - Last Year
These live a few miles from me.
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I think Rons brother owns his Emoryville now.
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By Bill White - Last Year
Put many miles in one like this R190 with a tag

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By wayne graham - 2 Months Ago
Scott, unless it has power steering I would stay with the tire width that you have. I run 385"s on my pete and they are a load for the power steering.
By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By jhancock - Last Year
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1935 IH C-1 Canopy Express in S. Deerfield, MA in 2012.

Jim
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LF-200 in the background with the IH TD-9 up front.
By Bill Bradford - 5 Months Ago
Bill,
   The Mckee cakes truck may still be around, do you know when the picture was taken. Now called "Little Debbie" not far from me in Collegedale TN. You may have seen their trucks.
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/4bb9d3e9-534d-4c24-8d3e-6592.jpg

1961 DCO-405
By Hamish - Last Year
Bill White (07/02/2013)
Hamish (07/02/2013)
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International KBS7 with Dodge cab belonging to Kain and Shelton of Mount Gambier, South Australia. This company is still in operation as K & S Freighters. Interesting thing about this truck is that it looks like it has a later Dodge Pilot House type cab, which wouldn't be fitted to Australian IH trucks until the AL series of the early 1950s. I wonder if KB series trucks sold in Australia in 1948 and 1949 used the Pilot House cab. The new Dodge B-1 series were introduced as 1948 models, so it would be logical that T.J. Richards/Chrysler Australia would switch to building the new Pilot House cab for the new model trucks in 1947-48 or so. It is doubtful that Chrysler would continue making the earlier model cabs just to keep International Harvester happy, until the L/AL line trucks came out in 1950.


Hamish, The L and R model used the pilothouse cab until IH started building there own in AU.

Also Hamish what is a KR, or KS


Bill, R was the IH code for a double reduction rear axle as in-DR426F, KBR14 etc. obviously would only relate to the biggest trucks.
S was the code for a 2 speed axle as in-CS35, DS35, KS6, KBS5 etc. Both these codes were dropped when the L line came out. In Australia from the AL line through the AR, AS, AA, AB, AACO lines-with trucks fitted with a 2 speed axle, the number 2 as the last digit of the model number denoted a 2 speed-as in-AL160-single speed, AL161-slightly heavier rating, single speed, AL162-2 speed. The exception to this rule are the AA164, AB164 models-2 speed axle and the V8 petrol (V345) powered AB184, AACO184, and Cummins diesel (CF160) ABD184-all would be 5 speed/2 speed.
Other IH code letters that were used until quite recently were F denoting a tandem drive 6x4 truck, T denoting a trailing axle, K denoting twin steering axles (Australia only I think).
C was used to denote cab over engine as in-RDFC405, ASC162 etc.
D was used to denote a diesel engine as in-RDF195, AACOD182, CD1820 etc.
B was used to denote a bus chassis as in-D35B etc.
Also don't you think the cab on Kain and Shelton's truck resembles a Pilot House cab rather than the earlier 1939-1947 Dodge truck cab?
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
By eymurphey - 2 Years Ago
wayne graham (10/11/2012)
George, I haven't been up there for a while. I wonder if Johnnys is still there. You talk about a place that has seen a lot of truckin history that is it. Wayne


Wayne -- wonder when this picture found on FLIKR was taken --- think it's gone now.

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7169/6680429209_f7c48db4b0_z.jpg
By grenfell34 - 9 Months Ago
Hamish (01/02/2014)
I remember Cummins in Australia running adverts in transport/trucking publications-like Truck and Bus and Truckin' Life in the 1980s that read, "do you remember what it felt like when when you got your first Cummins powered truck". The ads featured a picture of an mid 1960s Inter ABD184 with Cummins C160/CF160/CAU160 motor.


this was a bit before the 184,s were built but still truck n bus ad

don gave me my first job [Saturdays]and helped get my apprentership with cummins




By Bill White - Last Year
By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By Terry T - 2 Years Ago
a 4070B that belongs to a friend of mine. 8V92 10speed



T.
By Hamish - Last Year
Bill White (06/02/2013)
Here is its brother Hamish,

1940 International Harvester, D15 Van, Bacchus Marsh Foods, 'Jerseymead Cream & Butter.



Neat Bill, defnitely a D15 then.
By grenfell34 - Last Year
ab184 c160 cummins

By DIESEL-FUMES - 2 Years Ago




By wayne graham - Last Year
What year is your truck. I have a friend who bought one like it new in 76 and he is still driving it. You guys have got something going there. Wayne
By wayne graham - Last Year
This the only International I have a picture of. The others were never photographed I guess.
By Bill White - Last Year
International KB-12 1947

By Bill White - Last Year
International Transtar 4070 operated by the 8364th CSG in Germany

By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By Hamish - 10 Months Ago
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A couple of mid 1980s T Line TF2670s with Cummins NTC/Formula 855 series engines.
By Bill White - Last Year
International K-11

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
Canadian Ace Beer Co. (Manhattan Brewery) in Des Moines, IA. D Models and a Ford

Al Capone owned this Company

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manhattan_Brewing_Company_of_Chicago

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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1950 W

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By Wolfcreek_Steve - Last Year
Shifty, those look like 39-40 GMs, probably Chevrolet.
By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
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1947 IH KB-10 Shea-Matson Machinery Movers Chicago
By Bill White - 10 Months Ago
R 190

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By Bill White - Last Year
1958 IHC R190

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By Bill White - Last Year
Hamish (07/02/2013)
Bill White (07/02/2013)
Hamish (07/02/2013)
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/0cc8de8f-e0cb-4783-9d1b-dfc8.jpg

International KBS7 with Dodge cab belonging to Kain and Shelton of Mount Gambier, South Australia. This company is still in operation as K & S Freighters. Interesting thing about this truck is that it looks like it has a later Dodge Pilot House type cab, which wouldn't be fitted to Australian IH trucks until the AL series of the early 1950s. I wonder if KB series trucks sold in Australia in 1948 and 1949 used the Pilot House cab. The new Dodge B-1 series were introduced as 1948 models, so it would be logical that T.J. Richards/Chrysler Australia would switch to building the new Pilot House cab for the new model trucks in 1947-48 or so. It is doubtful that Chrysler would continue making the earlier model cabs just to keep International Harvester happy, until the L/AL line trucks came out in 1950.


Hamish, The L and R model used the pilothouse cab until IH started building there own in AU.

Also Hamish what is a KR, or KS


Bill, R was the IH code for a double reduction rear axle as in-DR426F, KBR14 etc. obviously would only relate to the biggest trucks.
S was the code for a 2 speed axle as in-CS35, DS35, KS6, KBS5 etc. Both these codes were dropped when the L line came out. In Australia from the AL line through the AR, AS, AA, AB, AACO lines-with trucks fitted with a 2 speed axle, the number 2 as the last digit of the model number denoted a 2 speed-as in-AL160-single speed, AL161-slightly heavier rating, single speed, AL162-2 speed. The exception to this rule are the AA164, AB164 models-2 speed axle and the V8 petrol (V345) powered AB184, AACO184, and Cummins diesel (CF160) ABD184-all would be 5 speed/2 speed.
Other IH code letters that were used until quite recently were F denoting a tandem drive 6x4 truck, T denoting a trailing axle, K denoting twin steering axles (Australia only I think).
C was used to denote cab over engine as in-RDFC405, ASC162 etc.
D was used to denote a diesel engine as in-RDF195, AACOD182, CD1820 etc.
B was used to denote a bus chassis as in-D35B etc.
Also don't you think the cab on Kain and Shelton's truck resembles a Pilot House cab rather than the earlier 1939-1947 Dodge truck cab?


Yes it Looks like a Pilot House cab to me also.
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
KR-11

By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
Bill Bradford (6/29/2014)
Bill,
   The Mckee cakes truck may still be around, do you know when the picture was taken. Now called "Little Debbie" not far from me in Collegedale TN. You may have seen their trucks.

I think it is a recent pic Bill. nice looking one for sure I have seen their trucks before

By Bill White - Last Year
International K
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/05a561c5-85bd-4d62-9de2-1f18.jpg
By Wolfcreek_Steve - Last Year
Bill White (23/01/2013)
Slow going in this old C model

http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/480621b1-3139-46aa-8698-a9e5.jpg


Looks like the passenger has his door open, might be getting ready to jump if the driver misses that last downshift into low gear
By Eddy Lucast - Last Month
Jim thats the first time I've seen fenders on a dozer. It must have been used for farming instead of pushing dirt?
By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
One nice KB12
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
By wayne graham - 2 Months Ago
Grille looks like 54 I think but what do I know.
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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1934
By Bill White - Last Year
BC 160 built in 1959-61


Both the RC and SC built in 1955 had one piece rear window and larger windows
By Bill White - Last Year
1920 G61

By Bill White - Last Year
R-220

By Toby_S - Last Year
Can't remember if I have posted this or not, so here it is.
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By Brucekoukalaka - Last Year
Here are mine;" alt="http://">" alt="http://"> The R130 pick up truck is waiting on an engine and the R160 is sitting 5 hours away from me (I haven't even seen it in person)!
By Hamish - Last Year
International R-1705 Roadliner with Black Diamond 264 motor. R-170 and R-180 series, excluding the R-185 which used the sheetmetal from the bigger R Line trucks used the BD282 and BD308 engines which were based on the old Blue Diamond engines used in the K/KB6 and K/KB7 trucks. The R-185 used the much larger Red Diamond RD372 motor. The Black Diamond or BD264 motor would be an improved and enlarged version of the Silver Diamond motors that were introduced for the lighter L Line trucks in 1950.The Blue Diamond engines can trace their ancestry back to the FA series engines which were first used in the B3 and B4 trucks of 1933-34. The B3 had the 206 c.i.d. FA-2 engine and the B4 had the 223 c.i.d. FA-3 engine. These engines went through FA, FAB, FAC, Blue Diamond and Super Blue Diamond series and as well as the two B series models were used in C Line, D Line, K Line, KB Line, L Line, R Line, S Line, A Line, AC Line, B Line, and BC Line trucks. The Blue Diamond family of engines were 4 main bearing engines with all except the largest BD308 engines having replaceable cylinder sleeves.

By grenfell34 - 5 Months Ago
bill kb 12 engine
By donkeydog - Last Year
Yes,you heard right, Stretch, he wanted pads, and that's what he got only not SQHD's rear ends, he got 44,000 lb 2 speed Eatons.

Stretch (23/02/2013)
He wanted Hendrickson pads?:pinch:

I have a set on a 358 Pete, and I keep them just for authenticities sake- and to show my son what trucks used to feel like.
By Bill White - Last Month
D-3
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1985 International S1900



By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
grenfell34 (13/08/2012)
bill 4200 tramcar 190 in the background



I like it Ron
By jhancock - Last Year
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Bright red Binder pickup.
By eymurphey - 2 Years Ago
Love these old images --1950, Somerville, New Jersey, USA --- Moving Truck at Johnny's Diner in New Jersey --- Image by ----Marvin Koner

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By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 5 Months Ago
That's a great truck John. What model KB is it ? Engine ?
By Hamish - 3 Months Ago
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.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/39808a53-e697-4747-bf7a-cbed.jpg
By Bill White - Last Year
Oh my!!

grenfell34 (28/01/2013)
ab184 c160 cummins

By Mark Brubaker - 2 Years Ago
Hi Bruce! I was wondering if you were gonna find us.....
By grenfell34 - Last Year
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1971 1600

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By Terry T - 2 Years Ago




T.
By Hamish - Last Year
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E.H. Cochrane and Co., Cambridge-hard worked Inter AS162-looks like they expected a bit much from a not terribly big truck-ABD264 motor.
By kb3csw - Last Year
This one came rolling in Friday at our yard in North Carolina. He was loading for Texas I believe. Lenoard the owner Said he had retired twice and this one was setting in the yard. So now at 78 he is out having fun.
By GreenMtnMan - 2 Years Ago
Ex Norwich Vt. tanker. It has sat in the same spot for years and they have Christmas lights on it.



By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1961 DF 405

By Jim Rose - Last Month
This one was used in the grapes.http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/6a726964-089f-4320-b3a6-9ea9.jpg
By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 2 Months Ago
Scott, no doubt it is the wide cab . I'm pretty sure IH introduced these trucks in '46. I'll check when I get home. You need to get a copy of the late Fred Crismon's IH book, it has all the facts on all the IH trucks.
By GEOFF - Last Year
Paul in MN,

I saw your question the other day but I didn't get time until tonight to answer it. I also thought more knowledgable types might chime in.

In my case I sought out Fred Crismons IH history book and I will quote from it.

"1947,

was not exactly the year of momentous change for IH trucks. Still to those who were aware and cared at the time there was a lot of enthusiasm for the new KB series when they were finally introduced. In fact, there were large numbers of the old K models built during the early months of 1947, with the KB types appearing around March.

Externally, the KB simply had a bit more chrome trim than the earlier K models had carried. The grilles of all models got a chromed top section which was mounted at the leading edge of the hood, and the white and blue triple diamond logo was set in a background of deep red in this nosepiece. On the KB1 through KB5 a set of chromed extensions carried the lower seven grille bars out into the fronts of the fenders. The most useful external change was the addition of little model designators under the INTERNATIONAL trademark along the hood sides. Hence one could tell whether the truck being admired was a KB1 or a KB2 without having to look at the data plate under the hood.

These external changes for the KB seem insignificant today. But to truckers who had looked at the wartime models for six years, many of which had no chrome plating at all, these brightly appointed KB models had a certain appeal.

Mechanically, the new KB Internationals were unchanged from the earlier K models. After all, they were well engineered and well built, and in the years just after WW2 there was enough demand for them to allow the company to postpone any serious modifications."

END OF QUOTES.

Now my own observations, I've had a KB3 and just bought a KB6. That nosepiece triple diamond IH insignia is VERY well done and the ones that I've seen have weathered the many years in fantastic shape. They really are well done.

IH K and KB series were famous for NOT wanting to RE start when the engine was hot. Both of my KB's that I have experience with bear this out.

If the KB had a 2 speed rear end, they were designated KBS. The KB6 that I just got, is TECHNICALLY a KBS-6 and says so on the data plate.

That is about all the information that I have. I REALLY like the little cabs on these, they are tight and they have a separate switch for the panel lights. The heater switches GLOW, I think they called them a reostat or something like that but they must have been pretty awesome in their day.

All the best to you!

I hope this helps you out like a bunch of guys on this site have helped ME out with various questions!

GEOFF
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
D
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By Junkmandan - Last Year
Aussie White------What's that model in the middle of the 3 pics you posted.........looks like a Dodge Bighorn with 8V71. Top pic is AACO and bottom is CO4070.
By DIESEL-FUMES - 2 Years Ago
here are some pictures that I took while on the road.



By Bill White - Last Year
Hamish (07/02/2013)
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International KBS7 with Dodge cab belonging to Kain and Shelton of Mount Gambier, South Australia. This company is still in operation as K & S Freighters. Interesting thing about this truck is that it looks like it has a later Dodge Pilot House type cab, which wouldn't be fitted to Australian IH trucks until the AL series of the early 1950s. I wonder if KB series trucks sold in Australia in 1948 and 1949 used the Pilot House cab. The new Dodge B-1 series were introduced as 1948 models, so it would be logical that T.J. Richards/Chrysler Australia would switch to building the new Pilot House cab for the new model trucks in 1947-48 or so. It is doubtful that Chrysler would continue making the earlier model cabs just to keep International Harvester happy, until the L/AL line trucks came out in 1950.


Hamish, The L and R model used the pilothouse cab until IH started building there own in AU.

Also Hamish what is a KR, or KS
By Junkmandan - 7 Months Ago
Plus, being an extended cab sleeper, "Cabover Kings" would probably want it in their stable.
By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
Ron, I like the DCO also they drove good to.
Take care Mate,
Bill

grenfell34 (5/11/2014)
aaaah dco,s one of my favourite trucks
the bullbar may look like overkill but back then the 'top end ' of oz was  overrun with feral water buffalo
introduced from asia in the 1800,s  if you hit one at full noise in the middle of the night you definatly knew about it
about the same as a 6 ft square concrete block jumpin in front of you!!!!!



By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
IH Loadstar Wrecker at work

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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1985 S1900
By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
62 DUCKhttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/71755e90-e67f-47b3-ab82-aed8.jpghttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/090e4937-b891-48e4-8131-a996.jpg
By jhancock - Last Year
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IH S-120 Civil Defense rescue truck.

Jim
By grenfell34 - 8 Months Ago
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By Bill White - Last Year
1941 International K-7 semi-truck with a sleeper cab
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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1929
By Hamish - Last Year
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Late 1950s/early 1960s ACF174-Black Diamond BD308 gas motor.

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Australian AB182 with tag axle-early to mid 1960s model.
By Bill White - Last Month
1967 F1800

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1956 S180 6x6

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By Bruehawk - 2 Years Ago
Loaded this old S line today, 1985 model and rated to pull triple road trains. 120,000kgs GCM

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By oldtrucknut74 - 2 Years Ago
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Taken in 2004 at the Dock in Bar Harbor, Maine. The previous post with HTML didn't work.
By Tony Cabanellas - Last Year
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By John Frances - 5 Months Ago
These two trucks at auction here and here, both are Model COF-4070A with raised cab, extra grille bar and 12V-71. Shouldn't they be Model COF-4090A ?

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By Blackcountryman - Last Month
Hamish (10/22/2014)
Blackcountryman (10/21/2014)
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Cab used on the CO Loadstar and Cargostar models sure does look a lot like a TK Bedford cab-but it did tilt. Has your truck got a Perkins 6.354 Blackcountryman?


More like that the Bedford TK look's a lot like my International!  Guess which one was launched first?   Yes, this has the Perkins 6.354 engine. - See more at: http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/739/International-Harvester-pictures-for-everyone?Update=1#bm62055

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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R 185
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
IH Sundance 1700

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By Bill White - Last Year
1966 International 8066

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
grenfell34 (13/08/2012)
bill did you tell me a while ago you had a few 4300 series????


I have had several of them but none now. If the right one comes along I will have one again.

Bill
By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By jhancock - Last Year
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1970 International 4070-A tractor.

Jim
By Bill White - 10 Months Ago
Land of OZ IH

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1955 RD International Garrett Freight

By wayne graham - Last Year
Bill, How short the memory is. I had completely forgotten Dieckbrader. Wayne
By Binder77 - Last Year
More pics from 2010 Red Power Round-up, LaPorte, IN.
1958 B170

1947 KB6 with Ottawa sheller



By oldtrucknut74 - 2 Years Ago
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A few of Daryl's Internationals. Photos taken this past Spring at the Pine Tree Chapter/New England Rockbusters gathering.
By eymurphey - 2 Years Ago






1954 International RDF310 Logging Truck 2




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By Mike garrett - Last Year
I've read about that truck on an Aussie site it was a R190 with the cab raised up an add on sleeper and I think a v8 Detriot. I'm sure an someone from the West island of NewZealand (Aussie):) will be able to fill us in more.
By Hamish - Last Year
Union Oil Company advert featuring Emeryville, California built LDF405 of the early 1950s.

By hayseed - 9 Months Ago
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..
By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
IH  M24
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By delgue - Last Year
Old Buggy...NICE job!!!....i wish my Ma woulda kept all of our 8mm film....i think she tossed when vcrs came out! We had ALOT of our truckin stuff on 8mm......sad
By dclerici - 2 Years Ago
Don't have any pics but we had a Farmall Cub, a big ol' H model, and a TD9 here on the ranch. All have been sold years ago. Gearing wise the TD9 outran a D4 pulling discs.

Dave.
By skeeter - Last Year
Not sure what these are.... taken from a distance....not far from here.....
By Bill White - Last Year
1948 International KB-11

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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1960 DCOF-405
By Slim 3979 - 2 Months Ago
Welcome,  Mr. Maint1, to the JOT site.  That's a good looking Gulf tanker you got there.

Slim
By Michelle Cole - 2 Years Ago
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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By VTMACK - Last Year
I think the first one is either an AC or BC. the last one an LCO ??
By Hamish - Last Year
Don't think so John, as Jeff says there is nothing that looks like that in Fred Crismon's IH truck book. D Line cabovers didn't look anything like this, they were more a full cabover without the snout out the front. The look of this truck is more like a Mack EHU than a D300 or D500 Inter.
By Bill White - 9 Months Ago
grenfell34 (02/02/2014)
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 think the one David has is with the K model cab a rare one.
By Jeeperscreepers - 8 Months Ago
Scott Waggoner had one of the "W" series long frame trucks for sale a couple of years ago.  He's out in Oregon but don't know if he still has it.  Haven't talked to him in a while.  I thought about buying it but cost too much to get it home.
By John Gott - 5 Months Ago
This is the Tuckahoe Gas and Steam Associations 1948 International fire truck. Originally purchased by the Easton, Maryland fire departmentt and donated to the association about 30 years ago. I "adopted it" to be its new caretaker. Today we   woke it up from a long sleep. Installed a rebuilt fuel pump, tune up and fresh gas and she purrs like a kitten.

John G

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By Bill White - Last Year
By Terry T - 2 Years Ago
New in May 1970.



as it sits today at my house.



T.
By Tutlebrain - Last Year
Hamish (12/03/2013)
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.


Well there's some more (pic: M. Arzuan)... Gone but not forgotten



This one is still working in Haifa (pic: Leedoe Goldberg)



When they were new (pic: Idan Gonen)



By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
1960 IH CO200
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
Terry, I have always like your photos of your Dads trucks and save them to my IH files a long time ago.

My Mom drove her Dads trucks and that is how she met my Dad.

Mom and Dad and his D model IH and the house that I was born in
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/db51bfc0-8b38-49aa-be05-8bbd.jpg

Thanks for sharing.

Bill
By Bill White - Last Year
Pfaff & Smith Company. Charlston, WV

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By jhancock - Last Year
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Nice single axle dump.

Jim
By wayne graham - Last Year
He is from Morton Ill. He is leased to Daily and has been since 69 and has only owned 2 trucks his entire carrer. I don't have any pics but will see if I can get one next time I see him. His name is Lynn Daugherty. Wayne
By Wolfcreek_Steve - 7 Months Ago
That truck shows the stupidity involved in law making!!!!!!
By Tutlebrain - Last Year


One of a fleet of such Transtars used by Israeli special transport operator, Taavura, probably before it was pensioned off in the late 80s. They were fitted with either 335 or 350 Cummins motors.



and with other members of Taavura's fleet during the 70s and the 80s (pic courtesy of I. Nachman). The Fords also had Cummins 350s and were assembled by Vehicle Industries Nazareth who also assembled Dodge light trucks (earlier) and UK COE Ford medium trucks as the lower class offering, with UK Ford Transit vans and light trucks rounding off at the bottom.

The GMCs made very short appearences through the years with various Israeli operators but the screamers never found accpetance over there.



The Paystar may still be in use in a mine - they were quite popular in the 90s in the heavy transport field (pic: Lee-or Raz)



This one seems to be working for the Palestinian Authority if the flag on the GMC pick-up is to signify anything (yes, the Israelis and the Palestinians do cooperate on certain things like water sources etc. - no choice in a country no bigger than NY State)



Lol (pic by Avi Giladov)


Cheers

T
By Hamish - 8 Months Ago
1310 series.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/6931c6b5-a7b8-4101-b333-4b47.jpg
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
AR110

By Hamish - Last Year
International's first Traffic Type truck-the C300 from 1936. The sidevalve HD213 engine came to IHC from Willys Overland with the Willys Overland derived D1 pickup from 1933. These engines were used in the C1-C30/C300 models and lived on through the D Line D2-D30/D300, and became the IHC Green Diamond engines used in the K1-K5 and KB1-KB5 trucks until the KB Line was replaced by the L Line in 1950 and the Silver Diamond o.h.v. engines were introduced. There was a smaller economy version the GRD175 and there was a larger HD232/GRD233 version too. Looks like the engine is fitted with a side draught carburetor to enable everything to fit under the seat. Another interesting thing about the C300 cab was that the driver's door was a suicide door-hinged from the rear and opened from the front and I think the passenger side door was hinged at the front.

By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
1950 International L190
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By Bill White - Last Year
1946 KR12

By oldtrucknut74 - 2 Years Ago
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I didn't take the picture but found it online of a Transtar with Quad headlights? Maybe it is from the last year of them being made?
By 359er - 2 Years Ago
DIESEL FUMES , I love them IT truck photos. Thanks for posting them.
By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
This Belonged to one of the George Boys in Des Moines
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By Tutlebrain - Last Year
A bit newer but not really new, this Israeli roadtrain was pictured on the road to Eilat on the Dead Sea shore.http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2061/2442985056_a7e9b5e250.jpgthe Paystar is a a late 80s early 90s one, these and the 9700s are almost all gone now in Israel...
http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3433/3269103870_169c290a4e.jpg

Pic: I. Nachman
By Bill White - Last Year
IH KB 11 Santa Fe Trail

By Bill White - Last Year
Ron, Nice R 190 with Chrysler Cab (Dodge) and it more than likely come to a quick stop!!

grenfell34 (28/01/2013)
r190 with trailer problems
By Rick/mn - 2 Years Ago
Park Olson (10/11/2012)
??? When did IH change the steering column arrangement in the R series?

Was it with the introduction of the V series? ''65 'ish?


My "63" looks just like the one in the photo -about 3 posts back

Rick/mn
By Hamish - 2 Years Ago
Bill White (26/12/2012)
KRD-11 Charles P. Hart Transportation Co.



Neat old truck Bill, I guess it would have had a Cummins HB600.
By Hamish - 9 Months Ago
I remember Cummins in Australia running adverts in transport/trucking publications-like Truck and Bus and Truckin' Life in the 1980s that read, "do you remember what it felt like when when you got your first Cummins powered truck". The ads featured a picture of an mid 1960s Inter ABD184 with Cummins C160/CF160/CAU160 motor.
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
Nice 1941 K-8

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1979 Denver Colorado Art Museum

By Glee Pitney - 2 Years Ago
Tom: Thanks for showing. Several look very restorable. Glee
By Paul in MN - Last Year
Goeff,

I thank you for the very complete answer, and your personal observations. I was aware of some of the chrome trim pieces on the grill and front hood, but not to the extent you have described. I had really expected to hear about some engine improvements, but that must have happened later in the R models. I certainly recall the non syncro 5 speed tranny in the KB 6. As a college kid in the mid 60's, I drove those KB 6's in heavy city traffic in Minneapolis and St Paul. Those trucks were so worn out that a knowledgible old timer I recently shared some of those stories with, claimed that the name of the city delivery trucking company I drove for was "Funeral and Webb". Everything about those van bodied KB6's was plum wore out. After a harrowing experience in heavy Friday afternoon rush hour traffic at about 50 mph, in which the butterfly engine hood came loose at the front and smashed back across the windshield, knocking both rear view mirrors off and flapping wildly at the door side windows (like don't put your head out to see what is in front of you!!), I was able to get the truck off the traffic lane and onto the gravel shoulder without hitting any cars... Well that was my last day driving the tired out KB 6s for Furnell and Webb. I did not finish the deliveries, just pulled off the badly mangeled hood completely off, tossed it in the back with the undelivered freight, and limped it back to the terminal and QUIT! their job right then and there. I didn't figure that God had enough time and patience to save me and a bunch of other people from another pending disaster.

But the KB 5's and 6's that I learned to drive as flatbed or stakebody farm trucks were in much more usable condition. Failing memory, but I think the KB 5's had a non synchro 4 speed with a deep 1st gear, and the 6's generally had the 5 speed with deep 1st and direct 5th.

Thanks for your reply!!

Paul in MN
By 359er - Last Year
Tony, That is a cool lookin binder, I like it. Door looks pretty short though.
By 251 - 2 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/3c0f5aea-7607-477d-8ec1-a89d.jpg

1979 CO-4070B
By oldtrucknut74 - Last Year
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This was at the Touch a Truck Fundraiser for Camp Capella in September 2012 at Coles Transportation Museum, Bangor, ME.
By Hamish - Last Year
General Motors Diesel advertisement from 1940-big International D series tractor-probably either a D60, DR60, or DR70 model that has been repowered with a GM 4.71 engine rated at 110 h.p. at 2000 r.p.m.

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1975 1700

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By kblackav8or - 2 Years Ago
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By eymurphey - 2 Years Ago
Sometime in 1913 -- joyriding in the old IH




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By Tutlebrain - 3 Months Ago
Three Paystars driven by the photographer, I. Nachman in Israel in the 1990s
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By Hamish - Last Year
Not an International, but it's got an IH cab. A Hendrickson with Fort Wayne type cab as fitted to D series, K/KB series-K6/KB6 and up. I think this cab may have been used on a few Emeryville, California built Western Internationals instead of the big cab fitted to most conventional Western IHs before they started using the Comfo-Vision cab. Smaller K/KB series-K1-K5/KB1-KB5 used what IHC called the Springfield cab.

By Bill White - Last Year
1945 International KRD-11
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/cdcbcf41-00d1-4d2d-8822-8c93.jpg
By Tony Cabanellas - Last Year
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/
By Bill White - Last Month
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By Bill White - Last Year


1959 International, that belonged to Thomas Rockwell, anyone know Tom
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
By Mark Brubaker - 2 Years Ago
68CRACKERBOX (23/07/2012)
I STILL DON'T KNOW HOW YOU DID THAT WITHOUT ANY PROBLEMS, AND I THOUGHT I WAS A OUTLAW.


Looking back,,, I kinda wonder how I did it also... but I'd do it again hehehe
By Brocky - Last Year
Hammish

That CO cab was designed by the Murty Bros of Portland ORE for the Diamond T company which had a close working relationship with IH who then purchased the rights to it. It then went on to be set up and forward and became the Emeryville COE. Jeff had this picture of a prototypr On the old ATHS WAI site taken at the DT plant in DT livery.

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
R-195 Truck-Tilt Cab

By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
HERES A 4300 THAT SOME MAY KNOWhttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/d5ef25d9-ea25-47e9-991c-3e63.jpghttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/82443d6d-e2f7-4392-bda7-acaa.jpghttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/985fe071-5b12-4ef8-92ba-ac4f.jpghttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/6070a049-4d34-48d2-8cab-89a0.jpg
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Fuller Manufacturing advert from 1959 featuring a single drive, trailing or pusher axle equipped IH DCOT-405 Emeryville with Cummins NH220 and R96 Roadranger. Interesting that a 10 speed constant mesh, range change manual gearbox is described as a semi automatic transmission. I guess they would be referring to the ability to pre select the range change. After the button or T handle is moved from the low to high position or vice versa, as the gear lever passes through neutral the synchronised range change shift occurs sort of automatically.
By Bill White - Last Month
1967 International V220 

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1980 International 8x4 PayStar

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1981 IHC S1900 Brahma

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By John Woge - Last Year
I'm not sure...but I'll take a stab...

the first one is a B- ??? maybe B-160 ?

the second one is a L or RC ?
By wayne graham - Last Year
amen brother. Wayne
By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By Tony Bullard - 2 Years Ago
'61 B170

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By Wolfcreek_Steve - Last Year
Tony Cabanellas (05/12/2013)
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Doesn't look close to anything they built, wonder if this was before or after the d series cab-overs.
By VTMACK - 2 Months Ago
Good idea Jeff, now you have an excuse to come over and see us!!!!  lol Not that you need an excuse!
By Mark Brubaker - 2 Years Ago
DIESEL-FUMES (07/07/2012)





I've never seen a 4300 with quad headlights before.. What's the story with that?
By Bill White - Last Year
Daryl Gushee (12/10/2013)


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.


I sure did Daryl loved every bit of it.
By Bill White - Last Year
1939 International D 30

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
KRD-11 Charles P. Hart Transportation Co.

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
IH 1300

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
IHC Sundance Loadstar

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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1950 L 195
By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By Daryl Gushee - 2 Years Ago
Bill, Your dad was lucky to walk away from that one.
By oldtrucknut74 - 4 Months Ago
Here is an online article about a nice old International Transtar over at Overdrive magazine. 1977 Transtar 4200
By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
MCKEE CAKES R model IH I would like to know year and if its an R190,200 ect. from the door it has to be a 1953,54 or 55
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By Bill White - Last Year
By Bill White - Last Year
Indianhead Tanker truck





By badgoat - Last Year
On the left looks like REO, right looks like IH both mid to late 40's
By Eddy Lucast - Last Year
Instead of where's Waldo

Where's Daryl?
By Hamish - 2 Months Ago
R170 maybe Rob.
By Mark Brubaker - Last Year
How do you sleep at night Bruce?? oooops....:D
By Hamish - Last Year
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Big International K series logger with Dodge cab in Tasmania. Could be a K10 or KR10.
By Bob McDaniel (Indiana Trucks) - 2 Years Ago
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1928 6 Speed Special

This one is my wifes truck. Looks like she has been around me too long!
By Hamish - Last Year
hayseed (27/06/2013)
Hamish (26/06/2013)
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.



Looks very much like a TK Bedford ..............


It does look very similar to a TK cab, hayseed, but it had one feature the TK never had and that was that it could tilt.
By Hamish - Last Year
Wolfcreek_Steve (27/06/2013)
Hamish (27/06/2013)
hayseed (27/06/2013)
Hamish (26/06/2013)
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.



Looks very much like a TK Bedford ..............


It does look very similar to a TK cab, hayseed, but it had one feature the TK never had and that was that it could tilt.


Looks like the American version to me.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/76e38a45-9d35-4aa2-85cb-af96.jpg


It was the same cab as the U.S. one Steve, I'm not sure if they ever actually built any of the Loadstar CO models at Doncaster in the U.K., but they definitely did build a few conventional Loadstars there. I have seen an advertisement for a German built International truck that used the CO Loadstar cab too. I think the one in your photo is the later Cargostar with the wider cab.
By Bill White - Last Year
1952 International

By Junkmandan - 2 Months Ago
The white "W" with bare hood was at the Mid American truck show about 3 years ago .
By Hamish - 10 Months Ago
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.
By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
KB-6
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By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
1948 International KB11
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By Bill White - Last Year
IH Emeryville DCO

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By VTMACK - 2 Months Ago
I'll do that Scott, looking forward to meeting you.
By Hamish - Last Year
CO190, CO200 and CO220 tilt cab models and announcement of availability of RD501 Royal Red Diamond gas engine in CO220 models. The RD501 was as big as the Red Diamond engine family got-from a 1954 CCJ article.

The Red Diamond engine family can trace its ancestry back to the FB 279 c.i.d. engines used in the A4, A5, and A6 trucks of the early 1930s. These 7 main bearing engines evolved through the FBB, FBC, RED, and RD series and as well as the A series trucks were used in the larger C Line, D Line, K Line, KB Line, L Line, R Line, CO Line, heavy F series, Fleetstars and M series Construction trucks.





By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By Hamish - Last Year
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/f4beda78-66c8-4ea5-ba09-9449.jpgAustralian built International SF2670 of T.Croft, Stillwater, Westland, New Zealand with big Cline coal hauler. I think this S Line had a Cummins N14 365 motor.
By Eddy Lucast - Last Year
Call BR-549....

Mark Brubaker (22/04/2013)
How do you sleep at night Bruce?? oooops....:D
By Bill White - 3 Weeks Ago
Neat 1936 International C1 TWA Airport Limo

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By Bill White - Last Year
IH Middelburg, Mpumalanga, South Africa
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By Hamish - 8 Months Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/79a89048-a1f8-41bf-ae5b-5421.jpgV8 powered B174-Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/5eb6462c-6216-4b78-b8c4-6b87.jpgB160 4x4.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/0f0bc323-1043-4f6d-8a6a-4259.jpgRolls-Royce C6N powered BC 225-D-186 h.p. at 2100 r.p.m., 516 lbs/ft torque. Rolls-Royce diesel fitted at International Harvester truck plant, Chatham, Ontario.
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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By Tutlebrain - Last Year
What looks like US ex-fleet trucks in the Czech republic. These used to cross the border to Austria until a few years ago but I think now that the emission standards have gone another notch up they do not risk having to bother with the Austrian police... Out east no one cares:D http://s18.postimg.org/bh6nzamnd/Sn_mek_002.jpg
The small wheels and the three axle trailer make the 9800 look almost like something from NZ
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from http://liaz.cz/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1101&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0
By 251 - 2 Years Ago
Bill White (02/08/2012)
1969 Loadstar 1800 NSW

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This Loadstar really looks tough with those wheels/tires! Was it used mainly off road?
By Hamish - Last Year
Thanks skeeter.
By Hamish - Last Year
donkeydog (20/02/2013)
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


Great story, donkeydog, thanks for posting it.
By grenfell34 - 2 Years Ago
bill 4200 tramcar 190 in the background

By Bill White - Last Month
1938 D
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By Hamish - 2 Months Ago
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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Scott, I think a W3042L model is a 4x2, so if it was always a tandem it is more likely to be a W4064L model. Not sure what the WC models are though.

By Hamish - Last Year
International V Line from 1957.

By DIESEL-FUMES - 2 Years Ago
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By Bill White - Last Month
You most welcome Glee, D model was my Dads favorite also.
Glee Pitney (10/17/2014)
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 Bill White - 10 Months Ago
KB 5 International in the land of OZ

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By Bill White - Last Year
IH 1600 Loadstar

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By roKWiz - 9 Months Ago
Good to see some pictures here again. Thanks. VT903 Best sound out there. Stondad. Would love to be in that snow Newfie.. 5 day in a row over 40deg c here.


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rust in pieces.
By Hamish - Last Year
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Southern Transport Company, Invercargill, New Zealand-International ACCO1840-TS-factory twin steering axles, V392-212 h.p., 5 x 3 speed, RA341 or Rockwell SHHD 30,000 lbs bogie on Hendrickson RT type suspension.
By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
Bill Glawe DCOF Bill is a member of central Iowa chapt.
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By OldBuggie73 - Last Year
This pic is a scanner blow-up of an 8mm movie frame, to explain the holes in the corner and the general fuzzyness. Taken in 1959 or 60, likely on the PA TPKE.
By Hamish - Last Year
International B Line and BC Line with IH D301 diesel engine. The D301 was a diesel version of the C301 gas engine used in tractors and combines. It was an indirect injection pre combustion chamber engine that used glowplugs for cold starting. There were also smaller D236 and D282 engines that were used in wheel tractors-D236 in 606, D282 in Farmall 560, 660, 656, 706, crawler tractors-D282 in TD6-62 series, TD9-92 series, DT282 in TD9B, and Hough Payloaders. Within a few years International Harvester were offering the direct injection Perkins 6.354, which they referred to as the D354 in place of the D301.


By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1956 IH CO, early NASA ??

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1968 IH F1800 Loadstar NZ

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By RICKY352PETES - 2 Years Ago
1980 the only one i had.
By Bill White - 3 Months Ago

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By Bill White - Last Year
1957 IH Sightliner ACO truck Leonard Brothers Motor Express

By Bill White - Last Year
IHC 205 tractor in Germany

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
By VTMACK - 2 Months Ago
160, 170, and 180 looked pretty much alike. Could be a 55 also 54 & 55 looked quite abit alike also but big change in 56.
By donkeydog - Last Year
Thanks,Steve and Binder 77 for sharing those pictures. WISH I HAD THEM. Like my husband say's I have never met a cornbinder I didn't want to take home. Beautiful Internationals.
By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
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By Bruehawk - Last Year
An Aussie classic still earning it's keep.

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By Mark Brubaker - 2 Years Ago
I wish "binder" would take a break from makin' all that truckin' money and pop in here... I bet he knows what's up with the 4 headlight 4300's.

I sent him an email about the new home a few days ago....
By Bill White - Last Month
You are most welcome Slim, I have had Cargostar's and I liked them easy to work on also......Bill
Slim 3979 (10/10/2014)
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 Brocky - Last Year
At Gerhart's show in Lititz PA

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By Bill White - 5 Months Ago

You are welcome HamishHamish (6/30/2014)
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.
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You are welcome Hamish.

By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 2 Months Ago
Scott, that truck cleaned up beautifully, what a great piece. That is one of my favorite IH models. Nice that you have some of the history too.

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By Geoff Weeks - 2 Months Ago
railrob (9/2/2014)
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?



Here is a sure fire way to solve the starting problem on any IHC made vehicle:
find the battery cable that goes from the battery to the FRAME, and remove, toss in the wastebasket. Get some 00 or 000 gauge battery cable and run from the battery to the starter mounting bolt. Problem solved!
Since the ground strap is known to be a problem, it would be a good idea to run some 2-4 ga welding cable as a jumper from the block to body and frame.
With the battery hooked directly to the highest amp draw componant on the truck with the fewest possable connection points, it will crank just fine.
It was a problem with IHC in the 30's and continued to be one into the 90's or may still be as far as I know. They saved a few pennys on cable and had problems whenever the vehicle aged.
By Glee Pitney - 2 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 oldtrucknut74 - 2 Years Ago
From Overdrive 1980: For Those of you who love your Trucks with Women in the same picture.

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By Bill White - Last Month
1968 Loadstar 1800 392 5x2 tag

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1957 International S-180

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By skeeter - Last Year
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
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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1969 Transtar CO-4090
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
Westcoaster



By Michelle Cole - 2 Years Ago
By stondad - 9 Months Ago
Hamish (01/02/2014)
I remember Cummins in Australia running adverts in transport/trucking publications-like Truck and Bus and Truckin' Life in the 1980s that read, "do you remember what it felt like when when you got your first Cummins powered truck". The ads featured a picture of an mid 1960s Inter ABD184 with Cummins C160/CF160/CAU160 motor.


A very "powerful" message, because we loved our "bird-frighteners". (So called because of the loud bark they would get in the exhaust when they were going well.)

With either the Inter or Dodge "shed", they were the industry standard for livestock.
Simple. Reliable, and rode like a limousine!

The Boss had me that way that you felt he was always in the truck with you, ready to "rip your bloody ears off" if you went one rev over 2500!

Wiz, we had a fleet here of LTL's and one LNT left with the natural 903 towing super dog tippers.
I always picked the LTL because it was more fun to drive, even though less powerful than the rest.
Name on the bug deflector was "Chugga".
By chocko - 9 Months Ago
You guys were not afraid to load the wagon being pulled by a C-180. Joe D.
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
Glee Pitney (28/08/2012)
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.jpgGlee


I like them also Glee
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
By Scott Ales - 2 Months Ago
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.  
 http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/80c639ea-9d62-4cbb-8788-63ad.jpg
By White9064TD - 2 Years Ago
By Rick/mn - 2 Months Ago
I don't have a pic to share but as we were leaving the campground in Lewistown mt.Tues morning- the trash man was there - a smallish packer on a Loadstar 1600 a really clean nice one. I don't know how old the newest Loadstars are but they were on the way out and the S-series were coming in when I left the dealership to go to the school in 76
A few hours later on 2-lane Mt#200 we got behind some kind of monster vessel -wide spread axles took whole road - fog line to fog line. Must have been grossly heavy - had a pusher with a big block of concrete weight and they were under 10 mph on many hills. Slugged along behind for over an hour before there was a wide spot they could pull over and let traffic by. Karen got a few quick pics as we went by but they won't attach here
By Bill White - Last Month
K=5

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By Bill White - Last Year
Loadstar Fire truck - Tallahassee, Florida

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By John Frances - 3 Months Ago
That picture was reversed.

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By oldtrucknut74 - Last Year
Old Girl still useful and working at the Boothbay Railway Village in Boothbay Harbor, ME. I took the photo yesterday.

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By Hamish - Last Year
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International KBS7 with Dodge cab belonging to Kain and Shelton of Mount Gambier, South Australia. This company is still in operation as K & S Freighters. Interesting thing about this truck is that it looks like it has a later Dodge Pilot House type cab, which wouldn't be fitted to Australian IH trucks until the AL series of the early 1950s. I wonder if KB series trucks sold in Australia in 1948 and 1949 used the Pilot House cab. The new Dodge B-1 series were introduced as 1948 models, so it would be logical that T.J. Richards/Chrysler Australia would switch to building the new Pilot House cab for the new model trucks in 1947-48 or so. It is doubtful that Chrysler would continue making the earlier model cabs just to keep International Harvester happy, until the L/AL line trucks came out in 1950.
By grenfell34 - Last Year
ab184 c160 cummins later cline grill fitted

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1961 DF 405

By Scott Ales - 2 Months Ago
Give me a call when you know you're coming, 407-257-5854.

Scott
By DIESEL-FUMES - 2 Years Ago


By Bill White - Last Year
IH KBF 11

By Bill White - Last Year
Hamish (10/02/2013)
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E.H. Cochrane and Co., Cambridge-hard worked Inter AS162-looks like they expected a bit much from a not terribly big truck-ABD264 motor.


Reminds me of a time when I hooked a city tractor (50 Chevy COE) to a set of doubles just for fun, When the driver come in, I said this is your new truck, He was not a happy camper!!
By skeeter - Last Year
Hamish (04/04/2013)
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.
Yes it is a VF190-549 5x3 spring lift axle....1964 model.... Ti-Brook bed
By Bill White - Last Year
IHC Holms & Wilson Trucking

By eymurphey - 2 Years Ago
Photo capture ---



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By Shifty - Last Year
This is a scan of a scan a picture somebody found in the wall of a house they were remodeling.
It was going around town awhile ago trying to see if anyone could place the people, or the location of this building in the neighborhood. (Yes we have strange ways of moving buildings in WNY.)
I have not been able to ID the trucks. They do look similar to the one John Frances posted.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/25536040-0251-4b52-bb99-5a68.jpg
By Brocky - 3 Months Ago
Dave
Welcome to the JOT Board.. Back aways like last spring there is a topic entitled Keystore Museum or something to that effect.. Please feel free to bump it forward with some new pictures..

I see you got the Gulf IH home.. Along with the rest of the Gulf station???? Did you or the museum get the Brockway you went to look at last weekend???
By grenfell34 - Last Month
Blackcountryman (10/21/2014)
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bcm

it looks like the result cross breeding of a Bedford and a aussie acco mate??????
































By Bill White - Last Year
1957 International RDF-230

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By Bill White - Last Year
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By Scott Ales - 2 Months Ago
That's good advice fellas, even though I drove the old 71' W900 with no power steering from 14 to 23 years old I don't want to stress myself in the later years!

Right?

Thanks,
By eymurphey - 2 Years Ago
Circa 1941 -- perhaps my favorite IH.



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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/7793013d-07f5-4acf-b77b-0521.jpg

1953 R-110
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
By Blackcountryman - Last Month
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By rubbishman - 10 Months Ago
Seems they made no styling changes on the CO-range for export,save for the right-hand controls, but had Australia's own designs for the ACCO series of course.

Were the Guide quad headlamps standard all along in Oz?
H.S.Blake
By Jeeperscreepers - 2 Years Ago
Almost ready for primer and paint.
By wayne graham - 5 Months Ago
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 had one once with that cab and v-8 and that is where I remember the back being. I would hate to bid them in and then find out they did noy have a dozen. Wayne
By John Woge - 2 Years Ago
Bill White (27/11/2012)
1959 IH DCOF 405 Double Bottoms



Cool old picture......looks like the Castleton bridge over the Hudson on the NYS Thruway B-section

Looks like that poor 'ol CO-4000 (a couple of posts back).......was rode real hard and put away wet.........!

John
By grenfell34 - 2 Years Ago
these are gettin thin on the ground down here 4300 series tramcar owned by a mate of mine

By Bill White - Last Year
International D dumpcrete truck
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By Bill White - Last Year


By Bill White - Last Year
Hamish (27/03/2013)


Fuller Manufacturing advert from 1959 featuring a single drive, trailing or pusher axle equipped IH DCOT-405 Emeryville with Cummins NH220 and R96 Roadranger. Interesting that a 10 speed constant mesh, range change manual gearbox is described as a semi automatic transmission. I guess they would be referring to the ability to pre select the range change. After the button or T handle is moved from the low to high position or vice versa, as the gear lever passes through neutral the synchronised range change shift occurs sort of automatically.


The semi automatic part probably because it was easy to shift one without use of the clutch. I liked the DCOF put many miles on them same combo 220 and ten speed RR.

Bill
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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By Binder77 - Last Year
Its a 1977. Sleeper is off a 1984. Wayne, where is your friend from? Would like to see pictures.
By Binder77 - Last Year
Wayne, it would be fun to talk to him and compare stories. Bruce
By Hamish - Last Year
Ex military International M5-6 2 1/2 ton 6x6 doing postwar civilian duty as a ready mixed concrete truck.

By grenfell34 - 2 Years Ago
Bill White (10/09/2012)
grenfell34 (20/08/2012)
bill the first breakdown i ever did was in one of thes ihc utes lol



Ron where did it go, nice to have it now.

Cheers mate

Bill


bill theres still a lot of these about with not much interest in them???
By Bill White - Last Year
1956 R200

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By Bill White - Last Year
IHC 2000D in Germany

By Bill White - Last Year
By Jeeperscreepers - 2 Years Ago
I like the air cleaner on that high binder. Anyone know where I can find one? Thanks,
By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By chocko - Last Year
Skeeter I have a 1971 IH 2000D 6-71,PS., 13 speed, on rubber block,120,000 miles.IIt was a lowboy tractor for Waupaca County,Wisconsin. Cab is not perfect but pretty good coming from Wisconsin. Joe D.
By Dima - 8 Months Ago
Hamish thank you very much, very high-quality photos. If you have a third photo in a larger size to throw off me please email. And please tell me, what's produced in the International BC 225-D?
By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 2 Months Ago
VTMACK (9/17/2014)
I'll do that Scott, looking forward to meeting you.


I might have to tag along Roger !

By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
1947 IH KB7
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By Bill White - Last Year
By Bill White - Last Year
Slow going in this old C model

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
grenfell34 (20/08/2012)
bill the first breakdown i ever did was in one of thes ihc utes lol



Ron where did it go, nice to have it now.

Cheers mate

Bill
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
Daryl, is that enough to start you with I will post more later

Bill
By DIESEL-FUMES - 2 Years Ago
These are some of my fathers trucks. thats my mom next to the trucks





Dad standing next to one of his first driving jobs in wisconsin. before that they lived in northern Minnesota. where he hauled locally



My dad getting ready to deliver another pre-fab house.





Dad making that delivery

By Paul in MN - Last Year
I hope this post comes out as separate within this topic. I see by Bill White's photos an IH K-8 and an IH KB-6. Way back, I learned to drive "truck" in a KB-6, so I am a bit familiar with what it is. Now the question... What is the difference between the K series and the KB series IHs? I know the K was built in late 30's until the WW2, and the KBs were after WW2 (I may need to be corrected on this). What physical differences did these 2 series have?

Thanks,

Paul in MN
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
By 359er - 7 Months Ago
John, Thanks for the Kingsbury Oil pix and article. I live 2 miles from where that truck was based out of. Very familiar with it but its long gone now. They had a lot of trouble with that trailer, could not keep it from cracking and breaking from the dragging around corners with so much weight.
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1935 Model C-60

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By wayne graham - Last Year
Hamish, Today we have to furnish a 550 hp big rig to do that job. Makes you wonder haw they ever got it done. Wayne
By wayne graham - Last Year
Donkeydog, Some how I thought you would be a guy. Welcome aboard and I am sure the other gals will be glad for some help. Michelle and GHG should be along to get acquainted. Wayne
By Binder77 - 2 Years Ago
OK, might as well join in !!!!!! Pics of 4300's.


















By Bill White - Last Year
IH DCOF405

By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
DCO of CCC Highway
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By Bill White - Last Year
Wayne here is more for you.

"DIECKBRADER EXPRESS, INC".
Founded in 1930 with two trucks, by the time of this photo, the company was one of the major carriers spealizing in serving the packaging industry




wayne graham (03/02/2013)
Bill, How short the memory is. I had completely forgotten Dieckbrader. Wayne
By Tom - 2 Years Ago
A few more. I don't know how to make the picture itself appear...
By hayseed - Last Year
Hamish (26/06/2013)
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.



Looks very much like a TK Bedford ..............
By skeeter - Last Year
And making just as much$$$$$$ as the big fancy rigs...... an old school binder and gets there just as quick....
By Bill White - Last Month
1940 D-40
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
150

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By Scott Ales - 2 Months Ago
Where could I find a set of six 10.20 old school aluminum Budd wheels?  You know, the flat rim style 10 hole.
By Hamish - Last Year
90" BBC International AC225-D with option of Cummins HR-6B at 175 h.p., HRF-6B at 190 h.p. and NH220. I think these AC diesels and the later BC diesels were available in Canada with option of 210 h.p. Rolls Royce C6NFL/R diesel engines.


By Bill White - Last Year
1946 IH K

By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
Ron, I had several 4300 They was a good one for sure to bad they don't build them still.
much better than the junk they have for sale in its place...............Bill


grenfell34 (6/30/2014)
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 eymurphey - 2 Years Ago
Somewhere in Vermont --

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By Bill White - 2 Months Ago
1944 IHC K-7

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By Hamish - 5 Months Ago
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.
By Jim Rose - Last Year
Dick told me that he unloaded 3 miles from the Springfield, Mass show. I told him that he needed to work with his dispatcher and cut down the deadhead miles. He is coming to the Reno show and then joining the convoy to Yakima. Maybe he can get a load to Reno. Reno to Yakima may be more difficult.

Bill White (28/01/2013)
Dick Boyd's Working Westcoaster

By donkeydog - Last Year
Well Wayne, It took my husband another 5 years to put the 80 K-dub back together. When we bougth it it didn't have rear ends, and he wanted SQHD's on Hendrickson pads. But a good deal on SQHD's never came along, and we were able to get these 2 speeds and then everything else came together. So I know how long it takes to get these projects together.
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1948 KB

By wayne graham - Last Year
John, I remember seeing a couple when I was real young but I have no idea what the model nomenclature would be. I would guess that truck to be 40's post war. Wayne
By Hamish - Last Month
Blackcountryman (10/21/2014)
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/895f9c5c-8cf5-45cc-a42b-e94f.jpg

Cab used on the CO Loadstar and Cargostar models sure does look a lot like a TK Bedford cab-but it did tilt. Has your truck got a Perkins 6.354 Blackcountryman?

By Hamish - Last Year
Tough looking mongrel of a VF series International tandem in Canada that's had the V8 gas engine pulled out and replaced with a Caterpillar 1673 diesel at 220 horsepower. I like the aircleaner stack with precleaner mounted behind the cab.

By Bill White - Last Month
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
By Jeff Lakaszcyck - 2 Months Ago
This 1950 W series International was sold at a Richie Bros auction in Florida a few years ago. It has a late model engine and drivetrain.

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By DIESEL-FUMES - 2 Years Ago
from my internet collection...










By skeeter - Last Year
chocko (20/01/2013)
Skeeter I have a 1971 IH 2000D 6-71,PS., 13 speed, on rubber block,120,000 miles.IIt was a lowboy tractor for Waupaca County,Wisconsin. Cab is not perfect but pretty good coming from Wisconsin. Joe D.
please send email if interested in trading.... hobo5c@netscape.net........ ours had a 220 5-3 sp rears on rubber block
By Bill White - Last Year
1982 International F-5070 8x4 big twin steer

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/92ecb841-48d1-4866-8a42-edc6.jpg

1976 IHC 1700 Sundance Cab
By John Frances - Last Year
Hamish (16/10/2013)
Whoever built that truck made a very nice job.

You don't think it's factory ?
By Blackcountryman - Last Month
More like that the Bedford TK look's a lot like my International!  Guess which one was launched first?   Yes, this has the Perkins 6.354 engine.
By Bill White - Last Year
1941 International KS-7-COE
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/6e69a128-1f91-4e13-b072-02d3.jpg
By Scott Ales - 2 Weeks Ago
Okay fellas!  I decided to be a glutton for punishment.  We just replaced all the rubber on our Prevost bus because of age.  So there they sit, four Big Foot tires on a pallet with 95% tread next to the Binder!  The bus take-offs for the steer and 3rd axle are 365 70R 22.5 Michelin XZAs.  I had to do it!  Just ordered 12" offset, stud Pilot, Alcoas and should have them mounted up by next week.  I know, I know, but I just couldn't resist filling up the huge front fender with those monsters!  Go ahead, make fun of me, I deserve it.  The wheels are technically designed for 385s but will work with 365s.  It's not like I plan to drive it every day.  I can't wait to get some 18 year old hot shot kid in there to see what old school trucking was all about!  

"Back when I was your age we didn't have power steering!"


By John Frances - 7 Months Ago
This picture's from Facebook, the article is from this page on the Wisconsin Historical Society site, lots of spec sheets, issues of Harvester World, International Harvester Today, International Trail, serial number lists, etc there.

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By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By Daryl Gushee - 10 Months Ago
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.
By Binder77 - Last Year
Was told it was the most International highwheelers in one gathering. Except for maybe in the early 1900's. 2010 Red Power Round-up, LaPorte, IN.



By Bill White - 10 Months Ago
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By Bill White - Last Year
By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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By Bruehawk - 2 Years Ago
Seen this old Inter on a local farm about 9 years back, I think it was sold at clearance sale 1 year ago.

International ARC 160

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By Jeff Lakaszcyck - Last Year
John that is the 1st time I have seen a COE with the D series sheet metal. That is a nice looking truck. There is nothing like this in Fred Crismon's International book.
By Blackcountryman - Last Month
This is my "British Built" CO-1800, built at Doncaster UK.  It was one of just a few pre-production models built. 
By delgue - 7 Months Ago
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By Davwingman - 2 Years Ago
Here is one that was at Tulare last spring...

By Bill White - 9 Months Ago
grenfell34 (01/02/2014)
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!!!


Not seeing the front I could not tell IH or Dodge I knew they had the same cab though.

Thanks Mate.
By Eddy Lucast - Last Year
Sketter looks like a Fruehoff grain trailer, mag floor, aluminum sides on my steel frame?
By Hamish - 8 Months Ago
A5 or A6-from facebook.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/97e1f66a-e3a8-4743-bcb7-1cc4.jpg
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/fb5fad03-e718-43ae-a963-da37.jpg

1956 R-202
By Kid - 2 Years Ago
hey Daryl

http://fresno.craigslist.org/cto/3499226210.html
By jhancock - 7 Months Ago
From my house, it looks too good for parts.
By Bill White - Last Year
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
AS110

By Maint1 - 3 Months Ago
By Hamish - Last Year
International V Line from 1956.

By Bill White - 3 Months Ago

A IH K in England after WW2 never seen one with a nose like this in that time frame.
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Hauling MB or GPW from auction
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By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
KB-7
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By wfd44 - Last Month


A couple of pics of my grandfathers V-200 hauling Chip potatoes. I am told the trailer (Highway?) was the first tandem axle 35 footer in the state of Maine.
By Bill White - Last Year
IH D model with a totem pole load.

By Hamish - 8 Months Ago
Tatra/Tutlebrain-I can't seem to log onto the HCVC site after changing my computer. That Inter you posted is an L series Emeryville western model built at the Western IH truck plant at Emeryville, California. It would probably be an LD 305 model with Cummins diesel. The L 300 series had a set back front axle, while the L 400 series had a set forward axle. After 1953 they became the R series with the IH "man on a tractor" badge as opposed to the L series which used the old IH triple diamond badge as this truck has.

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By Bill White - Last Year
1957 International V 200
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Uploads/Images/911898a3-e8bc-4fcd-aff2-3d18.jpg
By Scott Ales - 2 Months Ago
Only 50 miles away in Eustis!  Can't make the meeting because the truck is coming Saturday, sorry. 
I don't think it's going to be too bad bringing her back.  We have a team of guys who polish our trucks and buses.  They'll make all that diamond plate look better than new!  
From the research I have done it looks like there were only 118 made of that model.  While most of the original drive line has been replaced, they didn't stray too far.
220 Cummins (non turbo)
4x3 Spice two stick ( I learned on a 1971 KW W900 4x4 that I later converted to an air shift 4x4)
Air brake chambers on rears with spring emergency brakes on the front drive axle
We'll get the stacks back on her first thing!  
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It wouldn't be too difficult to take her back to stock if someone ever wanted that style.  I was amazed that anyone made a cab that modern looking in 1947!  
I think the son told me she tops out at 45 mph.  Strictly parade duty since 1990.

By Jim Rose - 2 Months Ago
I think that they are telling you that the radials need the 8.25 inch wheel width.

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 - Last Year
Here is its brother Hamish,

1940 International Harvester, D15 Van, Bacchus Marsh Foods, 'Jerseymead Cream & Butter.

By Hamish - 8 Months Ago
Fleetstar F2150-A series mixer truck-engine choices were IH DV462/DV550, Caterpillar 1160-later IH DV550B/D170/D190, Caterpillar 3208, Cummins V555, Detroit 6V53N.
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By grenfell34 - 9 Months Ago
Bill White (02/02/2014)
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.




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!
By Tony Bullard - Last Year
Saw these the other day. Both could be had. What are they?

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By Bill White - Last Month
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
C model

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By 359er - 6 Months Ago
Slim, I believe it was 17,000 gallons of gas and 152,000 gross comb. wt.  A pretty good jag, although Mich. gross is at 164,000 I believe. 
By Hamish - Last Year
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Southern Transport Company, Invercargill, New Zealand-Australian International C1820 with Domett Gravelmaster bottom dump. Gas powered C1820s had 6.282 motor at 148 horsepower, diesel CD1820s had Perkins 6.354 at 131 horsepower.
By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
1946 International K-11
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
Dad and the 1956 R190 some where in Nebraska

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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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By John Gott - 5 Months Ago
The parts manual that was with the truck says it covers K-6/ K-7 along with models KB-6 and KB-7. The tires on it are 9.00-20 front and 10.00- 20 rear. The next time I am down at the truck I will take a picture of the data plate that is in the footwell on the drivers side, going from memory it is an INTERNATIONAL plate  but cannot remember model number. The engine is an FBC 318, 2 barrel HOLLEY with governor, 5 speed tranny. Delco Remy ignition. 6 volt positive ground system. I have never seen a fuel pump like the one that was on this the truck, the rebuilder told me they call them "Outboard" because it looks like an outboard motor!

John G 
By jhancock - Last Year
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1960 IH R-185 tractor.

Jim
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
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L185
By Bill White - 2 Months Ago
Short Line Expresss

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By Bill White - Last Year
Collins, Iowa, Luing Trucking

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By Bill White - Last Year
IH 4300 at True Temper Charlston WV

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By Jeff Lakaszcyck - Last Year
That truck is so well put together it looks like a IH prototype to me. I don't see any parts from any other make. The hood side panels resemble the Mack EHU, but they are unique. It's a very attractive tractor, too bad they didn't build more.
By Binder77 - Last Year
Well its official, 32 years this month driving the same truck. Something works, I stick with it.

By grenfell34 - 6 Months Ago
aaaah dco,s one of my favourite trucks
the bullbar may look like overkill but back then the 'top end ' of oz was  overrun with feral water buffalo
introduced from asia in the 1800,s  if you hit one at full noise in the middle of the night you definatly knew about it
about the same as a 6 ft square concrete block jumpin in front of you!!!!!
By Bill White - 3 Months Ago
New York City 1943, To bad that K model with sleeeper  was not a front shot
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By Scott Ales - 2 Months Ago

Just found this and a $7,000 invoice for the paint job in the file!

The truck also came with a complete original service manual with wiring diagram.  Lots of notes from the previous owners.  22k miles in 1972 according to the hand written comments from a county in Oregon that owned it. 


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By Bill White - Last Year
1937 International D Series COE, Little fellers with thier Dad
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By Bill White - Last Year
Glee Pitney (21/01/2013)
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


Glee your most welcome. Memories are why I like to share, the older we get that is all we have. I love to hear the big gas engines that we drove they are music to my ears. The photo's bring back a time that is lost but still a fond memorie.

Take care, Bill
By PZ 1 - 7 Months Ago
John Frances (4/10/2014)
This picture's from Facebook, the article is from this page on the Wisconsin Historical Society site, lots of spec sheets, issues of Harvester World, International Harvester Today, International Trail, serial number lists, etc there.

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It looks like it is making quite an impression on Paul Bunyan and Babe.

By Stretch - Last Year
He wanted Hendrickson pads?:pinch:

I have a set on a 358 Pete, and I keep them just for authenticities sake- and to show my son what trucks used to feel like.
By Hamish - Last Month
Blackcountryman (10/23/2014)
Hamish (10/22/2014)
[quote]Blackcountryman (10/21/2014)
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Cab used on the CO Loadstar and Cargostar models sure does look a lot like a TK Bedford cab-but it did tilt. Has your truck got a Perkins 6.354 Blackcountryman?


More like that the Bedford TK look's a lot like my International!  Guess which one was launched first?   Yes, this has the Perkins 6.354 engine. - See more at: http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/739/International-Harvester-pictures-for-everyone?Update=1#bm62055
Thanks Blackcountryman.

By Park Olson - 2 Years Ago
??? When did IH change the steering column arrangement in the R series?

Was it with the introduction of the V series? ''65 'ish?
By aussiewhite - Last Year
Junkmandan

Its a r190 with v6 detriot nad half sleeper on what a I believe a loadstar chassis (Could be wrong)
Was built by the same chap that built the Kenworth S with the V12
Hope that helps if you want more information can ferret it out for you
By skeeter - Last Year
some of my ihc's
By Bill White - Last Year
Bill Glawe DCOF405

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By Bill White - Last Year
1946 International KR-12
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By Scott Ales - 2 Months Ago
Very cool!  Right in my own backyard.  I had a bunch of machinery and equipment at that auction too!

Looks like they used a more contoured front fender towards the end of the run.
By jhancock - Last Year
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A trio of International bed buggers in Hyannis, MA about 1978 or so.

Jim
By Jim Rose - 9 Months Ago
A fellow, that I know in Lodi, California had 3 W models with Hall Scots that he tried to sell for a couple of years and could not find a buyer. He finally sent them to China when scrap was bringing $300 per ton.

grenfell34 (02/02/2014)
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!
By Jim Rose - 4 Months Ago
Back when small cam FFC Cummins engines had some value I bought one of those Donald Duck trucks and sold the engine. The cab and chassis were in good condition but I could not find a buyer at $500. A year later I sent it to China at $25 per ton.   

Bill White (7/3/2014)
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 Hamish - Last Year
RF174 with Trailmobile lowbed transporter moving what I think could be a Northwest crane/dragline.

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RF195 belonging to oil exploration company, Shell, BP, and Todd Oil Exploration.
By Hamish - Last Year
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Australian International AR160 Furniture truck-C. Wallis & Son, Moss Vale.
By grenfell34 - 4 Months Ago
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!!


By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
F1800

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Anybody know more about this model ?

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By Hamish - Last Year
Fleetstar A series from 1968.

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another D model working hard in Colorado

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By wayne graham - 2 Weeks Ago
Can I ask why you went with 365 instead of 385. The 385's fit those rims perfect. I run them on the steer axle of my pete and I really like them. They stick like glue on a wet road.
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 W-3042 L - 179'' W.B., 3 man chassis & cab
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By delgue - 7 Months Ago
Its a real clean ol gal now, good tight 400BC, and too many new parts to just tear down i guess. Thanks for the interest!
By Hamish - 3 Months Ago
John Frances (8/1/2014)
That picture was reversed.

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Quite right John-I didn't notice it was right hand drive in the first photo.

By Bill White - Last Year
grenfell34 (09/02/2013)
bill i found this today ab 130! unfortunately the handbrake was ridin shotgun at the time lol



It needs to be saved, nice find!
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1976 Transtar Eagle



Transtar Eagle semi tractor. This truck was custom made for Caterpillar Tractor Co., of Peoria, Illinois, and featured a special seven-man cab.
By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1951 L 160

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By bill murray - 3 Months Ago
A Finnish shot picked up today.  I assume a D series.

Bill

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By Bill White - Last Month
1973l CO1610A
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1975 1700

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By wayne graham - 2 Years Ago
George, I haven't been up there for a while. I wonder if Johnnys is still there. You talk about a place that has seen a lot of truckin history that is it. Wayne
By Hamish - Last Year
Looks like a K5 International and a Reo, skeeter.
By Bill White - Last Year
By Daryl Gushee - 2 Years Ago
Bill, You sure know how to make a I.H. nut happy.
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By Bill White - Last Year
1941 International K
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By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
Yes he was they rebuilt it but Dad would not drive it traded it off

Daryl Gushee (06/07/2012)
Bill, Your dad was lucky to walk away from that one.
By VTMACK - 2 Years Ago
I had a new 56 International V model which was there first year and it had the old style with the post running down through the floor.
By Hamish - 10 Months Ago
Bill White (31/01/2014)
Land of OZ IH

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Some good Aussie pictures here Bill. Notice the small V emblem on the front guard/fender-indicates AB184 model with 177 h.p. V345 V8 motor, ABD184 had Cummins C160.
By Bill White - Last Month
K-5

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By Bill White - 10 Months Ago
Cattle truck Gulgong, New South Wales

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By Bill White - Last Year
1950 KBF8 J.L. Shiely Company cement

By Bill White - 2 Years Ago
1959 IH DCOF 405 Double Bottoms

By grenfell34 - 2 Years Ago
bill this is my next project 51 westcoaster

By Bill White - 5 Months Ago
1947-9 International KB whih a happy driver. looks to be fairly new
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By wayne graham - Last Year
Yeah, that is the one. God only knows how many loads that old girl has hauled. It has a big cam 400 that was totally rebuilt last year. Wayne
By 68CRACKERBOX - 2 Years Ago
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Hamish (06/05/2013)
General Motors Diesel advertisement from 1940-big International D series tractor-probably either a D60, DR60, or DR70 model that has been repowered with a GM 4.71 engine rated at 110 h.p. at 2000 r.p.m.



On the trailer accidentally sleeping boxing! I know that in Europe once did on the sleeping boxes trailers such as this Belgian truck Minerva.
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And as in America?
Please answer this question in my theme http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/Topic25451.aspx, that would not clog the topic International.


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By Jim Rose - 2 Months Ago
I have 4 of the ones with 5 hand holes if the thieves have not got them . They are in good condition but two are missing lock rings. I want $150 each.   

Scott Ales (9/23/2014)
Where could I find a set of six 10.20 old school aluminum Budd wheels?  You know, the flat rim style 10 hole.


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Hamish (27/06/2013)
hayseed (27/06/2013)
Hamish (26/06/2013)
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.



Looks very much like a TK Bedford ..............


It does look very similar to a TK cab, hayseed, but it had one feature the TK never had and that was that it could tilt.


Looks like the American version to me.
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