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good morning all from the hot sticky deep south . this travelall is as soninlaw found it , no body work or paint ,almost ZERO rust . big straight 6 with a new (to us) 4 speed tranny ( BIG THANKS TO BILL HUDSON FOR GOING ABOVE AND BEYOND GETTING IT FOR US) . drove it home from shreveport , la. it has a PTO winch , and the interior is amazing . turns out i need to listen more closely , it was bought by the federal government for the white sands , NM testing grounds . he got the documentaion with the truck showing all of the add ons and the feds ID number. it has a white sands testing grounds access decal still on the glass.
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Wow! That's an awesome find Val! Looks better than I imagined when you told me about it. That will sure come in handy hauling that high crop around and will sure turn some heads
Sure is a nice one. Certainly my pleasure to be a go-fer. When I picked up the tranny, I got to meet a fellow that has a shopfull of International pickups - a real treat.
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"The probability of life originating from accident is comparable to the probability of the unabridged dictionary resulting from an explosion in a printing shop." Edwin Conklin, biologist
That's the gas fill on the RF fender. I remember from being a gas-pump jockey in the sixty's.
A guy came in with one pulling a camper.
As I remember the tank was huge. Plenty of time to check the oil, air the tires, and wash the winshield while it filled.
Tractors are made to work!
"A Cub will do as much as a team of horses,.. More in hot weather!" - C. W. Spradlin 1909-1994
I always thought the TravelAll's were the coolest of the Suburban style trucks. This one is a beauty
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