1954 International Harvester L-120.

June 27, 2013

11 comments
This should make up for the lack of jump seats in last week's Subaru Brat.
1954 International Harvester L-120.
1954 International Harvester L-120.
jump seats
1954 International Harvester L-120.

11 comments:

Andarius said...

Hmm, call me ignorant but is this one made from a Ford license?

It really looks like the F100 series from the 50s.

Anonymous said...

No. IH and Ford were competitors in the truck market. Just about every truck in the late 40's, early 50's looked like that.

Anonymous said...

this is amazing. What patina and beausage. Do you think it is a daily driver? How would one keep it on the road? Where would one find parts? Really, whoever owns this probably realizes that they've got something special here.

ranchwagon said...

"This should make up for the lack of jump seats in last week's Subaru Brat."

LOL! Perfect.

It looks Comfy too, if it weren't probably full of water.

joey said...

Movie vehicle.

Jay Tyan said...

wow, looking at the junk in the back, it seems like they still use this as a work truck! very nice.
I saw a '51 F-100 two weeks ago that was hauling stuff.

Tony Piff said...

i want a set of those chevron side mirrors for my pickup so bad it hurts.

Justin said...

King of patina/10.
Would ride in the back of it...one helluva experience that'd be.

Dave said...

This is one of my favorites.

David Bossen said...

It's my son's 51 L120. It has S series doors off a Travelall. The front end is from an R series. I built this truck back in the summer of 72 from 2 trucks. Painted it in 76. Drove it till 95 when a rod started knocking. It sat for 12 years, then we installed a used motor I had sitting in the back yard. It's been his daily driver since 07. He has a 53 L 110 and a 50 L 180 also and we're working on a 54 R 180.

Tony Piff said...

Awesome, David.