|Yesterday 03:07 PM|
1964 F600 truck
64F600 390 eng 4spd pto split rearend radiator redone very good tires and rims start and gets down the road needs carb work good project truck $1800 obo.
|10-20-2016 09:01 PM|
International Travelall - $1599 (Pineville)
1970 International Travelall utility vehicle for sale. Manual steering, brakes, windows. Not an AC truck. Stick shift, geared low. Passenger front fender dented and a former employee pulled out in front of someone and got the passenger side barn door dinged up and that tail light lens cracked. If you're an International lover, check this baby out! Unique ride.
Barn door model, don't see these often.
|10-20-2016 08:58 PM|
1971 International Travelall 1010
1971 International Travelall 1010 - $4900 (Greensboro)
Rare find. Runs and drives great. Located at 700 Patton Ave Greensboro NC. The business it is located at is open 24/7. Truck can be viewed anytime. Trades considered.
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|10-19-2016 01:54 PM|
|dirtyjed||I want it.|
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|Elwenil||Is it just me or does the transfer case mount on that bus come pre-broken?|
|10-19-2016 11:08 AM|
1979 4X4 INTERNATIONAL SHORTY BUS
own a piece of Mammoth mountain history! this monster would make a cool baja , or local desert rv conversion, she will need a litt work to get back on the road a few leaks ! it has a international turbo diesel, automatic, 4x4 transfer case, air brakes good solid foundation and will be one of a kind! no trades !
|10-17-2016 05:07 PM|
Auction is tomorrow:
Reman in 1984, serial # 6823R84, 332 miles, registration # 84D23, tire size: 14R 24 XVC Michelin, comes with new spare, contract # F0-9603-81-C-0634, truck unit # 498. CAT engine 180 HP, engine model # 1693-PC, arrangement 9L6071, engine serial # 65B 15390, model # 3R9827-18, 180 hours on engine. Upper blower unit is a Caterpillar, model: D-348, serial # 57K469, 5.4 bore x 6.5 stroke, 2000 high idle, 1650 working speed, 850 HP, 152 hours, unit # 497. Please contact Cal Yonker @ 616-890-5514
Yea it says 850 HP for the blower
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|10-17-2016 06:19 AM|
|Back Woods||Real good motor, but like anything depends on how it was taken care of.|
|10-17-2016 05:04 AM|
|mrstang01||Tank's long gone, it needed some work for sure, but the engine seemed strong. Is 308K a lot for the 7.8, and is the 7.8 a decent motor? I'm looking for a base that I can build on.|
|10-16-2016 09:22 PM|
does the cab still smell like poopoo?
it's probably got a PTO for the shitsucker that was on it
ETA: fun anecdote, my dad had a story of working on a sewer sucker truck, they used two big block chevies stuck together, one with flat "air compressor" type heads as a vacuum pump, then the other one to power it.
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|10-16-2016 04:39 PM|
Went and looked at this tonight. Owner didn't know much about it. Said he thinks it has the Brazilian 7.8. I drove it briefly. Only has a 5 speed, seemed to be geared really low, didn't start picking up until 3rd gear. Tires looked pretty worn, they were 22.5's. He wouldn't go lower than $2500. Thoughts?
|10-15-2016 09:19 AM|
Dump truck 4wd 1000 or bo
76 international load star 1700 4wd high low rear end, air brakes high low transfer case good tires reman motor needs work,no time to fix. . Clean title.
|10-13-2016 01:24 PM|
The US halftrack trucks had hydraulic drums on the tracks actuated by the steering wheel. At full lock on the wheel, they'd almost pivot on the correct surface. They're not overly powerful so they're not a thrill ride but more agile than their German counterparts that just had ordinary truck steering, no brakes or track controls.
|10-13-2016 08:12 AM|
I put some time in on one of these..
From what i can remember the steering also adjusted the power/flow to the tracks to help steer it. Obviously turf tires offer zero traction in snow, and most of the time they where in the air if you were on the throttle anyways...
The ones I always wondered about were the old motorcycle halftracks...
|10-13-2016 07:56 AM|
but less dumb
cutting brakes might have been a factory added thing, dunno, but the whole thing with the halftrack was that it drove like a car not a bobcat (not that they had anything like a bobcat back then, for the pedantic among us that'll point that out)
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|10-12-2016 09:44 PM|
2008 Freightliner M2 Crew Cab - Business Class
definately toterhome potential
|10-12-2016 07:57 PM|
|Boons||curious how fast those tracks could go before they detonate.|
|10-12-2016 07:43 PM|
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