YELLOW T'ALL


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Post Sat Jul 25, 2020 7:18 pm

YELLOW T'ALL

http://classiccardb.com/international-h ... ition.html
Attention Bedrockjon, guess what is back on the market. I saw this T'all near Salmon Arm, BC, about 6 years ago.
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Post Sun Jul 26, 2020 12:36 am

Re: YELLOW T'ALL

A true time capsule, Nikki!
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Post Sun Jul 26, 2020 6:04 am

Re: YELLOW T'ALL

Nice site !
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Post Tue Jul 28, 2020 2:50 pm

Re: YELLOW T'ALL

nikkinutshop wrote:http://classiccardb.com/international-harvester/50337-1954-international-travelall-suburban-beautiful-and-original-condition.html
Attention Bedrockjon, guess what is back on the market. I saw this T'all near Salmon Arm, BC, about 6 years ago.


I think this May be another one, as bad as that one was this one is worse, I could be wrong, sitting rotting for 6 more years
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Post Tue Jul 28, 2020 3:30 pm

Re: YELLOW T'ALL

check out the yellow wire covers under the hood. It is the same T'all.
This T'ALL started life in Waco ,Tex was retired to a county storage for some years. It was sold and shipped to California, painted with Rustoleum yellow after some "repairs ". It sold again to someone in Alberta, sightunseen. It was shipping north to Canada. This owner had to make some expensive repairs to complete the import. He drove the T'all to Salmon Arm, BC. He immediately put it up for sale again. My son and I drove 4 hours to buy it. We didn't like what we saw and returned home without making an offer. Soon after we got a phone call offering us a last chance before a buyer from Waco, TX brought it. The T'ALL was hauled right back to where it started life, 60 years before.
A week later the newest owner put it back on the market. This truck is a big project for someone.133
I would rather have tools I do not need than to need tools I do not have
“Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience.
Mark Twain
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Post Wed Jul 29, 2020 5:54 pm

Re: YELLOW T'ALL

nikkinutshop wrote:check out the yellow wire covers under the hood. It is the same T'all.
This T'ALL started life in Waco ,Tex was retired to a county storage for some years. It was sold and shipped to California, painted with Rustoleum yellow after some "repairs ". It sold again to someone in Alberta, sightunseen. It was shipping north to Canada. This owner had to make some expensive repairs to complete the import. He drove the T'all to Salmon Arm, BC. He immediately put it up for sale again. My son and I drove 4 hours to buy it. We didn't like what we saw and returned home without making an offer. Soon after we got a phone call offering us a last chance before a buyer from Waco, TX brought it. The T'ALL was hauled right back to where it started life, 60 years before.
A week later the newest owner put it back on the market. This truck is a big project for someone.133


Yea, now I got the right link, it IS the same one, the link I got for some reason was this piece of crap, I thought Wow, they let that go to SH*T
http://classiccardb.com/international-harvester/418768-1954-international-harvester-travelall-suburban-sd-220.html
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