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sleeper cab 1917-1950 10 Oct 2021 07:28 #226604

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No, Im just reporting as was written

Looks more like a Ford to me, 40-41

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sleeper cab 1917-1950 10 Oct 2021 08:01 #226606

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Went back and found the post on Facelessbook and copied the text

Inter c model tandem with sleeper in Victoria


So did some googling and reckon the model International is like this one in the link

Except of course tandem drive and with a sleeper cab

www.classicdriver.com/de/car/international/c-35/1934/653659

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sleeper cab 1917-1950 10 Oct 2021 08:16 #226607

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me thinks International Australia were not so much into tandem drives or lazy axles etc
they'd B say n 'why waste 4 extra tyres'
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duz look much the same ... plus sleeper

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sleeper cab 1917-1950 10 Oct 2021 12:13 #226623

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I thought it looked more like a WW2 KR8R,with a cut down cab replaced .......there is also another truck with a s/a jinker in front of the building.....looks WW2 or 50s as well.

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Inters were imported B 4 International Australia started
imported may B with chassis n bonnet n locally made cab
B a big jiger with tandems then
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C40 with a 222cu in SV motor wont be pulling much float........KR8 with a 361 or 450 a bit more power.....I cut up a KR8 I got off Alan Nutt,was ex WW2 transport.....had a 361 motor, but not a Red series ,i dont think......difference was Red motors had dry sleeves ......still got a few bits I saved ,might come in handy ,like the bellhousing is the same as the C160 housing used in the 70s.
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