INTERNATIONAL M-2-4

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INTERNATIONAL M-2-4

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Have finished the truck .Went to its first show on SATERDAY Got a l of interest but not many new Wat it was ( wot model of dodge is it) T CORBIN
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Congratulations Tony on your finished truck. It looks Absolutely Fabulous!.... :)

I've been following the resto on BP. I'm very jealous of your battery box cover!!! :D
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Ditto to what Vista52 says.
I too have watched the updates and wish I hadnt sold mine.
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Beautiful job!!
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I've always thought it looked a bit a weird compared to the Dodge, but lately I've come to like it very much! A very good job you've done there! I hope the two of you have a great summer!

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Tony,

That is a truly good looking truck. I'm in awe :)

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Thats HOT!
I would trade my restored WC52 and my nearly restored CCKW for one of those!

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The truck, I like, it's a very nice truck. Difficult restoration here in the UK where parts must be very difficult indeed.

Have to say I've never got to liking that particular shade of green though. :mrgreen: I think if I had one I'd paint it OD by mistake. :thumbup:
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Tony, is that a WWII USMC green?
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Post by ibco »

Good afternoon Tony,
Would like to know the Braden Winch model and sereal numbers on your International M-2-4. They should be on the flat surface of the gear housing on the drivers side of the winch? Am trying to buy a truck and want to make sure I am getting the right winch.

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Good afternoon Tony,
I see that you are the owner of two International M-2-4s. If your trucks have a Braden Winch would like to know what model it is? I have at this time several Bradens with the clutch Assy. on the passagers side which could be for a M-2-4. However the M-2-4 winch I believe mounts on the inside lower part of the frame rail. Is there anywhere I could get drawings or pics in detail of the winch mounted to the M-2-4 frame. Would appreciate your input.

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That is the kind of truck that deserves bragging rights.
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Hi BOB
The winch BRADON M U 2 on the M-2-4 is fixed to the lower frame rail .Not on the top like the DODGE .The fixing points on the M-2 are straight in line with drive shaft. The DODGE the gear box casting is set on a angle to set the drive shaft down . All other parts fit T CORBIN
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Hi BOB
Forgot this one
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Post by Ernie Baals »

Hi
Here are some pictures of 2 M-2-4s at a local club picnic

they are owned by Joe Capozzi and Rick Wark.

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