1936 International Uncle Walter's Truck


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Post Tue Dec 25, 2018 12:47 pm

1936 International Uncle Walter's Truck

New to this site, but not new to forums or working on cars and trucks.
Not a lot of experience on really old stuff. I do have a 1949 1 ton dually that was also Uncle Walter's. I redid the brakes on it and drove it around until the motor needs gone through now.

I am going to get my 36 on the road and driving. No body or paint work. It will be Rat Rod style using as much original stuff as I can. And if Rat Rod :t10512: is a dirty word here I won't use it again.
The truck was last driven in the mid 60's. But I got in unsiezed and running. Driving is the next step. I want to use the original brakes if possible to get them rebuilt.

I will be like most new members and ask a bunch of questions, but this truck isn't going anywhere so I will be here for a long time. Hopefully I can add back to this cool forum.
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Post Tue Dec 25, 2018 12:59 pm

Re: 1936 International Uncle Walter's Truck

Welcome to the site! What model truck is it? '30s would be a D series? Do you have pictures?

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Post Wed Dec 26, 2018 10:19 am

Re: 1936 International Uncle Walter's Truck

C-1. Lots of pics but don't know how to resize them on my phone yet.
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Post Thu Dec 27, 2018 8:09 am

Re: 1936 International Uncle Walter's Truck

C1, Hmm.

Does it have hydraulic brakes?

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Post Tue Jan 01, 2019 10:06 am

Re: 1936 International Uncle Walter's Truck

Yep, Hydraulic brakes. All steel doors so a late 36 from what I can tell.
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Post Tue Jan 01, 2019 10:12 am

Re: 1936 International Uncle Walter's Truck

Nice , sounds cool hope you can post some pictures .
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Post Tue Jan 01, 2019 11:44 am

Re: 1936 International Uncle Walter's Truck

36Binder wrote:Yep, Hydraulic brakes. All steel doors so a late 36 from what I can tell.


Nice! Sounds like one of the most desirable ones.

Dean
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Grew up with red paint
Moved off the farm 28 years ago.

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