WW2 Internationals

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Re: WW2 Internationals

Post by Ken J »

Notice the Dodge in the background in the top picture of the wrecker...
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Post by Fleetmaster »

Hi folks,

Here's my 1945 International M-5H-6.
It has its original Red Diamond engine running. The brakes will need soma attention.
The truck is awaiting full restoration.

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Bart
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Here'e a couple more M5's
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Yuma Az
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Location: Southern California

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Post by Ken J »

Bart, you lucky dog!! :thumbup:
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Post by Fleetmaster »

Bringing the engine back to life after many years in storage.

All that was needed was some gas and a little push with 'startpilot'

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4e_plqhanIM

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INTERNATIONAL M-2-4 072.jpg
Our M2-4 under complete restoration T CORBIN
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Location: Southern California

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Post by Ken J »

NICE!
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That's very nice Tony, except for the colour.

I take it that must be the correct Marine Corps green then? not my favourite shade but if it is right for the truck...
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