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Re: Help Identifying and For Sale Thanks Wayne, me too! BarrieSunstone Mastiffs~Type, Temperament, Health.www.sunstonemastiffs.com   Just now saw your location and believe Bakersfield CA

Sunstone Mastiffs
Dec 21, 2014
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Re: 1952 IH Refrigerator One place to try is some of the appliance parts dealers online. ... From: gcostel@... [internationalharvester]

Mr. Steve C. Davis
Dec 21, 2014
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Re: Help Identifying and For Sale Just now saw your location and believe Bakersfield CA is a little too far for me. Thanks anyway and hope that someone will give Fred a good home. On Mon, Dec

Wayne Taylor
Dec 21, 2014
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Re: Help Identifying and For Sale Barrie, where are you located? I am in Mississippi and would be glad to give Fred a new home and face lift. I have a 68 1300 C and just sold my '73 1700. Wish

Wayne Taylor
Dec 21, 2014
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1952 IH Refrigerator Not sure if anyone can help, but I am about to restore a 1952 IH Refrigerator Model 95. I am in need of some pieces: 1) Bottom Breaker Strip 2) Light Cover

gcostel
Dec 21, 2014
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Help Identifying and For Sale Hi all! This is Fred, Fred has been sitting on my back 40 for quite some time. I believe he is a 1948-50 L-170 but don't know for sure. I have original plates

meltnmetal
Dec 21, 2014
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Re: 1951 International L110 pickup I think there are supply houses that stock such parts. There are some piston specialists as well. You might give Gary Taber a call and pick his brain as well,

Mr. Steve C. Davis
Dec 14, 2014
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Re: 1951 International L110 pickup I wonder if there is enough interest in 6 cylinder pistons to have them made by Weisco or some such?? The 220 and 240 engines have the bore, but maybe the pin

white 5415
Dec 14, 2014
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Re: 1951 International L110 pickup Used to be you had to beg to get someone to even buy a Dodge. They were well built, but the styling was off... The Government was their best customer for years

Mr. Steve C. Davis
Dec 14, 2014
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Re: 1951 International L110 pickup I guess they probably didn't have the money to restyle their cabs every few years like GM and Ford. Their market share seemed to dwindle in small trucks in the

white 5415
Dec 14, 2014
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Re: 1951 International L110 pickup International was a strange outfit... they used the same cabs from their pickups on some of the big trucks clear up to the 80's. They also supplied cabs to

Mr. Steve C. Davis
Dec 14, 2014
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Re: 1951 International L110 pickup That was my thinking it had a different hood installed than original. They used the same cab till 1956 I believe? John

ptv8347
Dec 13, 2014
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Re: 1951 International L110 pickup Hi John... it may be the wrong year hood was on the truck...I saw a truck at the meeting which was newer and had a large gap between the top of the grille and

Mr. Steve C. Davis
Dec 13, 2014
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Re: 1951 International L110 pickup Thanks, it might be interesting to know. I see the truck isn't listed now, whether he sold it or just didn't bother to relist it. maybe since the holidays are

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Dec 13, 2014
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Re: 1951 International L110 pickup Hello John...I'll ask... going to the red power meeting this am here in OKC... there may be a difference in grilles... GM had different grilles for their

Mr. Steve C. Davis
Dec 13, 2014
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