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Old 11-30-2012, 03:24 PM
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It is an early White the gas powered were callsd Mustang the diesels were simply White diesel

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Old 11-30-2012, 04:03 PM
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Joe you've got a good eye or your wacky for Internationals. I took me a while to see the difference in the cab. With those fenders your right I'd put it as a post 40's truck . Except the windshield should be a swept "v" shape not flat like it is. 1936 was the last year for a flat windshield but it was one piece. That saying it ain't a 36 either . It's got a vent window on the door. Unless it was built special for RBBB beats me what it is. You got any ideas?
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I am a huge old truck nut just like my Dad. When I sent him a link to this thread yesterday, he immediately fired back a message that he had seen that truck at the circus museum in Baraboo...he's the one that pointed out the different cab to me.

I can't tell for sure without seeing the whole truck, but it's either a 41-6 K series or a '47-9 KB, The original cabs for those trucks had a v-windshield and had more roundness to them than the cannon truck cab has.



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Joe I believe it's a late 30's early 40's Kenworth cab.
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Nope, It's a bit different than a Kenworth cab, and it's all steel.

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It is an early White the gas powered were callsd Mustang the diesels were simply White diesel
Nope, not a White cab.

Hint: It's a pickup cab from a truck that was a 1-ton or smaller.

You're all gonna kick yourselves when you find out what that cab is. It's much more common than you might think. I guarantee every one of you has seen many of them.

Keep the guesses coming......
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Old 11-30-2012, 04:06 PM
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It's a friggin Willys !

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Old 11-30-2012, 04:10 PM
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It's a friggin Willys !

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You are friggin CORRECT!




It's a Willys/Jeep cab on that International truck.

Well done, Brian.

The floor is yours.
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Old 11-30-2012, 04:53 PM
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I was going by article titled The Circus Blog it says the truck was custom built for Hogo Zaccini by white truck co who owned & drove the truck he was also the painter for murials and striper painter retired 1960 I may be wrong but i looks like same truck the fartherest i go back driving truck are the r190 -r220

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Old 11-30-2012, 05:04 PM
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Just a note read article again it says built by White it does NOT say it is a white
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That truck is a friggin hot rod huh? Pretty neat if you ask me.

Ok, here's my question, what is this for and what's the year and make?

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Old 11-30-2012, 05:11 PM
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from the color i would guess fordd for condition i would say 2010
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from the color i would guess fordd for condition i would say 2010
LOL...... I'll bet some people like you until they get to know you better.

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Beer tap handles from the last place I got the "Green Apple Two Step" for about two weeks?
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Old 11-30-2012, 05:23 PM
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just seeing if anybody was paying attention LOL
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Ok, here's my question, what is this for and what's the year and make?
I will guess 1931 Ford steering column. The lever on the left connects the hand throttle to the carburetor, and the lever on the right connects the spark advance lever to the distributor.

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Old 11-30-2012, 06:54 PM
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Joe, I will give it to you even though it's a 29, being I don't know if they are different I will give it to you. You are also wrong in that the left is the spark advance and right is the throttle. But regardless, it's your floor.

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Thanks, Brian. When I said right and left I meant right/left side of the picture, not right/left side of the column. That's how it was on our '31 AA, maybe a '29 is different.

How about another mystery tool.

This tool serves a single purpose. What is it used for?





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