Got to pull something with my pickup!

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After the 47 international pickup I owned a 46 Studebaker 1 ton just like this one. I took the box off and built a flatbed for it out of native cherry and oak bought from a little sawmill up in the hills, (North central Michigan).  -
 
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Hey! Couple of old classics. Haven't seen an International pickup in years. 4X4 too. I owned a 1947 International 3/4 ton pickup when I was a teenager. I painted mine Chinese Red.  - [ September 01, 2006, 12:55 PM: Message edited by: Oldmoparguy1 ]
 
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Farmyard Ferrari- never heard that before, but sure, why not? Congrats, that's a serious-looking old pickup. The old International V-8's (34x & 39x Cu. in., yes?) seemed to be purpose-made as *truck* engines, and they geared their trucks like trucks too. A high school friend's dad owned both a pickup and a Carry-All. Those things would pull *anything*- at least we thought so! [Big Grin]
 
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