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Fleek

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  1. There should be a metal tag somewhere on it with chassis and drive train info, capacity, and much more The tag you show is just the body tag. It is usually near the dash or front door and will have all the info I would guess late 30's but styles of busses did not change very often. IH built a lot of bus chassis during that time, but others built some too.
  2. Try here. International Pickup & Travelall Parts.com and good lick. Really neat truck. Keep us posted.
  3. R6602 is a Continental engine. Many were for Military use.
  4. Close to the ones on this 1918 IH but not exact. My feeling is they were aftermarket and sold to the trucking industry
  5. Just a guess, but 1939 Ford comes to mind.
  6. This Fairlane seems to have that style. 1957 Ford Fairlane | Fast Lane Classic Cars (fastlanecars.com)
  7. What does the paperwork show? Also look for the manufactures tag somewhere on the home. It should have a tag with the manufacture info. Between the title and the info on the body tag, you should have a wealth of info. How to Read RV Manufacturer Tags: Get The Most Out of Your RV! - Vermont Country Campers Blog
  8. Good looking rig. I take it that it has IH drivetrain and frame since you are posting it here.. What engine does it have?
  9. Fleek

    Old hood

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  10. This guy has been on here selling one recently
  11. That would start many conversations at any car show. Look it over carefully and save it if it is savable and you like it well enough to invest your time and money in it.
  12. Here is the link to the flathead Pontiac forum which is further down the forums. Will likely be some good info there for you. Good luck with your project. Pontiac Flathead Owners - Antique Automobile Club of America - Discussion Forums (aaca.org)
  13. The Lincoln Mercury dealer in Odessa about time was Joe White. The towns are only about 20 miles apart. Joe had his dealership for almost 40 years in Odessa and was from Anson Texas. Not sure this helps but may provide a connection. I knew Joe well and he was well known in the Midland - Odessa area
  14. The second picture he posted shows it was made by Long Mfg. co in Detroit.
  15. I had a 69 Dodge truck for about 15 years. Not very pretty but very dependable. The neighbors named it "Ole Blue" as in May I borrow Ole blue to run to the lumber yard, etc. The name stuck and everyone called it that . Ole Blue had lots of friends and one actually bought it when we moved away.
  16. Best way would supply your own come along. Surely on an open car trailer there is somewhere it can be attached. You will have to chain the truck to the trailer in several spots to transport it safely so just include the come along in your front tie down location.
  17. That is a neat find. Do you have any paperwork with it? Based on the logo on the front it would be several years newer than you are thinking. That logo was first used in the earlly 20's and was used for many years. But I am not sure that radiator shell fits the truck you may have a mixture of parts. Keep us posted.
  18. You are no trouble at all. We are all here to help eachother. The forums are very large and takes time to find your way around. This general forum is a goof starting place. Please feel free to explore and ask questions all you like. And welcome.
  19. Where is the truck located now? Also pictures would be very helpful.
  20. Try gently moving the steering wheel side to side while turning the key. Sometimes this can free the locking mechanism if it is in a bind.
  21. Waiting to get some upholstery done until the shop can get foam rubber. They are not sure when that will be but estimate several weeks.
  22. The more info you include in your ad, the better result. Location is very important. This forum covers many countries and even in the united states distance enters into the equasion. Listing locally may be better as many would not want to travel too far because of shipping costs. Where is the truck located, does it run, any rust issues, paperwork in order? A good local ad covering these topics and any other you can include will get you the best results. Good luck on finding a new home foor your truck.
  23. Any good parts store should be able to get you one I think. Otherwise try here Vintage Pickup Truck Antique and Classic Truck Parts
  24. Think it is a 1976 Oldsmobile Delta 88 with a covering over the back side window.
  25. Paul this is posted on the bottom of a 3 year old thread so most will not be looking at it. Start a NEW thread in this forum and you will get some notice. Hemi Dude almost always responds and is very savvy about these cars. Or send him a private message
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