1942-48 International Panel Truck with Interior, wiring, and well, more a less a complete or fairly complete and Rare Panel Truck. Flathead Engine with manual transmission, brakes, rear end and rusty body sold at no extra charge! No title, Sold On Bill of Sale. No record forund in database search so it should be titleable. Sold as Parts.Here is some information on the intact Dataplate:(have not decoded chassis number to ID what year it is..
BCompany. Internation Motor Truck Co. Model: KB-2 (photo is a litte fuzzy-this is my good guess) Chassis No. 87146 Engine Model: GRD214 Serial No. 890600 73 net HP at 3200 RPM Gross Wt: 5200? Wheelbase 13/25 (?)
The car Did roll several years ago, not sure condition of all tires and brakes, etc, but with minimal or no work, it can be transported. Sold FOB Clearview/Snohomish WA (@ 20 miles NE or Seattle,, WA)
Last 2 photos are images of restored stock or street rod versions of this same KB-2 Panel Truck.
I am selling this Truck As Parts or Off Road Use only (No Title)..Sold on a Notarized Bill of Sale - Not Title. I gurantee in writing no liens on this truck so buyer should be able to obtain title.
The International Harvester K and KB Series are trucks that were produced by International Harvester, the first being the K introduced in mid 1940. In total there were 42 models, 142 different wheelbase lengths and load ratings ranging from 1/2 ton to 90,000 lbs. They are best known for their durability, prewar design in a postwar era, and low price. The followup to the K, the KB, was introduced in 1947, with the characteristic difference being a widened lower grill appearing like "wings". Between 1947 and 1949 122,000 KB-1 and KB-2 trucks were sold.The KB series was subsequently replaced by the L-Series.
? K-3 truck
The K models progress from 1 to 14 based upon the load capacity (K1 = half ton, K2 = 3/4 ton, K3 = 1 ton, etc.).
There are no K-9 or K-13 model trucks.
Few differences exist between K-1 and K-2 models as they share most of their mechanical and chassis components. The rear axles in these two models is supported by a single roller bearing. Their differences in load rating are due to the K-2's stronger suspension.
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