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Old 09-23-2002, 10:54 PM
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I recently bought a 1949 international pickup. I was wondering if international was the company name and if it was then why can't I find anything about the company on the net..

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Old 09-23-2002, 11:00 PM
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Yes indeedy, international was the company name, old internationals are some of the toughest hunks of steel in the old truck ranks I think. I'm not sure why you can't find anything on them, but maby someone a bit more versed in them can help a tad more.

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Look up things for IH or International Harvester.
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Wow An old Cornbinder pick'm up truck. You don't see those every day. I'll try to find some info for you as well, but it will be spartan I am sure.
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info on 49 ihc

Hi I have a 49&47 KB-2 International Harvester and one starting point for you is oldihc.org Later
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Weren't those like armor plated and bulletproof? LOL Just kidding.......they were some heavy steel though. There is one about 10 miles from here.......has the Sandford and Son look, guy drives it everyday & it looks pretty cool.
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Here is a link for you.....someone in there may be able to help. Good Luck! Jerry


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Internationals

Also try BINDER BULLITIN.org. or email me, I have a complete repair man. that describes every part of every K&kB models up a kb 5. A lot of D models also share the same parts. I also have a few of the hard to find parts for sale at prices anybody could afford. dcalcagno@yahoo.com
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where do you guys keep finding this stuff??? the OP asked this question over 5 years ago!!! i'll bet he found his answer already...
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I have 5 INT. 1935 1947 1948 1948 1949, and I am working on buying a 1950 KB 3 so he says. They are all over the place here in Oregon, on farms ,in backyards,buried in blackberry bushes. Once you let it be known that you like INT. people contact you to get rid of them.
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where do you guys keep finding this stuff??? the OP asked this question over 5 years ago!!! i'll bet he found his answer already...
and, since that was his only post, we can figure he is long gone............IHs are cool trucks though....my dad gad a 55 ex Army panel van in the 60s.
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Hey everyone i know this isn't relevant to the first thread post, however, i was wondering if there is any distinct differences in the '47 to '49 international KB series pickups? I'm having a hard time setting a date to my newest purchase... thanks.
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