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LOL Cool truck,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:bigthumbsup:
 

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Guessing 1951 International?
This could be the beginning of a beautiful relationship
 

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CHIEF,

R you familiar with 1951 International L120 ? :eek:

I am not sure where to look for widow/fender gaskets? :dontknow:

Help me out my brutha :bigthumbsup:
Not really that familiar, I knew it was International Harvester and just a lucky guess on the year. Doesn't the hood pop open sideways on those things? and probably a staight 6 220 C.I. with a 6 volt system. My grandfather had a similar truck at one time in Idaho. Might check JC Whitney for gaskets. I'd go on line and find someone who's restored one and pump him for info.
 

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This one is a 12 volt system.

JC whitney does not seem to have the gaskets :eek:, I called a glass guy in Lodi and he said it would not be a problem.

Keep the ideas coming :bigthumbsup:

Thanks buddy!

Not really that familiar, I knew it was International Harvester and just a lucky guess on the year. Doesn't the hood pop open sideways on those things? and probably a staight 6 220 C.I. with a 6 volt system. My grandfather had a similar truck at one time in Idaho. Might check JC Whitney for gaskets. I'd go on line and find someone who's restored one and pump him for info.
 

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Might be something in here for ya,,,,,,,

TRAVELALLPARTS.COM stocks 1937-1975 International Harvester Travelall, Pickup, Travelette, Wagonmaster, and International KB parts. We offer a full line of restoration & performance parts including Light Line original IH parts, and NOS (new old stock) parts. Both the Travelall specialist and the new IHC enthusiast can count on us to find what they need. As Travelall owners, we drive IHC trucks and understand the needs of the 4x4 binder enthusiast and restoration customer alike.

http://www.travelallparts.com/
 

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Thanks, keepem coming Nemo! :bigthumbsup:

Might be something in here for ya,,,,,,,

TRAVELALLPARTS.COM stocks 1937-1975 International Harvester Travelall, Pickup, Travelette, Wagonmaster, and International KB parts. We offer a full line of restoration & performance parts including Light Line original IH parts, and NOS (new old stock) parts. Both the Travelall specialist and the new IHC enthusiast can count on us to find what they need. As Travelall owners, we drive IHC trucks and understand the needs of the 4x4 binder enthusiast and restoration customer alike.

http://www.travelallparts.com/
 

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Nemo, :bow:

Thanks buddy this place has about everything I am going to be needing

I am going to start ordering tonight :a18:

Might be something in here for ya,,,,,,,

TRAVELALLPARTS.COM stocks 1937-1975 International Harvester Travelall, Pickup, Travelette, Wagonmaster, and International KB parts. We offer a full line of restoration & performance parts including Light Line original IH parts, and NOS (new old stock) parts. Both the Travelall specialist and the new IHC enthusiast can count on us to find what they need. As Travelall owners, we drive IHC trucks and understand the needs of the 4x4 binder enthusiast and restoration customer alike.

http://www.travelallparts.com/
 

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Nemo, :bow:

Thanks buddy this place has about everything I am going to be needing

I am going to start ordering tonight :a18:
Great,,,,,,,,,,That's a sweet ol truck, I look forward to the finished product!!!! through all stages though LOL
 

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That thing will look cool when its done... You can call it the Yamadog Hauler...:joke:.. So is it going to ready for Mammoth so you can bring the dog and not have to worry about tires:clap2::joke:
 

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Good find Nemo! hope they got a blown 454 to put in that thing 'cause I know that's what Rick's thinkin' about
 

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Good find Nemo! hope they got a blown 454 to put in that thing 'cause I know that's what Rick's thinkin' about
LOL That's exactly what I would put in it..............:agree::bigthumbsup:
 

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Here's your engine mang,,,,,,,,,,,LOL



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They have this one also, wow,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,


CHEVY 540CID 1280HP BLOWN ALCOHOL STROKER ENGINE

*PURCHASE TURNKEY DYNO ENGINE, Add $25,750.00
 

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Oh boy, shouldn't have shown him the 1280 HP turn key dyno because he's got the money to buy it! Look out! here comes Rick! :yikes:
 

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beautiful truck check out ebay for parts or start looking on the internet. its a gold mine for parts :bigthumbsup:
 

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Rick, cool truck. Looks like you might need to learn how to pound out your own gaskets.

Russ, you are too cruel, picking on the Yamaha :a20:
 

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Not really that familiar, I knew it was International Harvester and just a lucky guess on the year. Doesn't the hood pop open sideways on those things? and probably a staight 6 220 C.I. with a 6 volt system. My grandfather had a similar truck at one time in Idaho. Might check JC Whitney for gaskets. I'd go on line and find someone who's restored one and pump him for info.
ya it open sideways (both sides)

 
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