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Old 03-19-2010, 03:44 PM
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really really rare International pickup

Hey everybody I just felt that some people may appreciate this truck i cant figure out what year but its a all wheel drive stepside with a power lock and engine All let the pics do the talking
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Old 03-19-2010, 04:55 PM
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I'll take a shot. Looks to me like a '66 with a DV-462 diesel engine.
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Cool old truck
Tech looks like you nailed it on the engine
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You guys probably wont like where this truck is located.

Its located in pull and save
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Old 03-19-2010, 09:39 PM
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You guys probably wont like where this truck is located.

Its located in pull and save
Better there, than straight to a crusher. Those trucks (w/gas engines) were actually fairly common when they were still in business making them.

A neighbor of mine years ago was the union shop steward for IH in Orlando, had a great Scout we used to go groving in.
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You guys probably wont like where this truck is located.

Its located in pull and save
Why is it not in your driveway?
I have always liked the old binders.
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Old 03-22-2010, 09:54 AM
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We had one come into the wrecking yard I worked in, early 1980's. The owner wanted to swap the engine out, had me start pulling it when work was slow. Normally I could pull an engine in an hour or 2, depending on what was left on the car. I worked on that truck for 2 days, on and off, probably 10 hours total, and still didn't have it done, got p.o.ed and told him I ain't working on the p.o.s. anymore, have Clyde do it. Clyde was a gas wrench specialist, but still very capable with a wrench, he got the engine out in a few more hours, told the boss to stuff it on installing a new engine. Very hard vehicles to work on, over-built in some ways, nothing was easy to get to. It sat there for a few months and then disappeared with the other engine, sold as is.
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It's a mid 1960's Binder
It's rare to find one thats not all rusted out.
Got to love the odd ones
I had a binder for a while and was a mazed at the people that truck attracted.
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Looks about like the IH I used to go bear hunting in. The owner had a shell on the back and tied 4 of the meanest bear dogs nose to tail on each side in the back and up the mountain we went. Late Nov and early Dec could be pretty wet and slippery in the woods. The old logging roads, designed for horses and mules were steep, narrow and lots of big rocks/boulders to make it very interesting. The his was the only pickup in a bunch of jeeps, Broncos, and Scouts but he could take it any where they could. Since he had the dogs to turn loose on a bear track, we were in front all the time. Tough old truck, but rode like a log wagon!!

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really really rare International pickup

Well It is a V/8- 345 ! As you can see it has a 4 barrel carb and you will find a lot of them in Illinois, in the Farm country. A lot of them were sold in the Snow country with 4 wheel drive . Here is a bit that might interest you, The two barrel v/ 8 was a ( I think) 304 but the 345 intake would fit right on the block as the ports in the 345 were larger and fit over the smaller ports in the 304. This made a lot of difference in the power it put out . A lot of the farmers would put a 4 barrel intake on the 304 engine in their Combine.----------------------------------Your Friend, Gene Neal
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That would be something like this one?



Mostly I look for these:





I'd be very keen to have larger versions of a couple of external pics of that pickup, please e.mail them to raybell@racingphoenix.com if you will.
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