International Truck Collection

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Here is a picture of a 1959 International, which belonged to Thomas Rockwell, a friend of William McCullough's Father.
Here is a picture of an International model RDFC-405.
Here is an International model VF-220.
Here is a picture of an International Sightliner.
Here is a copy of the cover from a Sightliner brochure.
Here is a picture of an International model BC-D, with a sleeper.
Here is a picture of an International Eagle, taken around 1981.
Here is a picture of a red International Emeryville.
Part of the William McCullough Collection.
Here are some International model RDF-405 trucks.
Part of the William McCullough Collection.
Here is an International DCOF-405 belonging to Empire Warehouse, Inc. from Commerce City, CO
Here is a restored International DCOF-405
International Transtar with winter front belonged to Robert J. Salz.
International Transtar lowboy.
This Associated Grocers International DF-405 was snapped on I-25 in Northglenn, Colorado around 1974.
Here is an International RDF-210-H. These models came standard with a Rolls-Royce Diesel Engine.
Here is an International DF-405 with integral sleeper. If you look closely at the cab you will notice that it is the same cab as was on the cabover DCOF-405 models.
Another International DF-405
Here is an International Highboy, with a slightly modified front end.
Here are some pictures of an International R-180 cabover.
International Eagle conventional.
Here is a 1966 International CO4000 was driven by Bill's Dad in the late sixties and early seventies. It belonged to M.L. Foss Steel of Denver,CO.
Here is an International Eagle cabover taken at the dealer in Denver, CO.
International DCOF-405 "Emeryville." The picture was taken around the Denver, CO area.
Here is an International either a V-190 or V-210. The picture was taken around the Denver, CO area.
International DCOF-405 "Emeryville" pulling a flatbed trailer. The picture was taken around the Denver, CO area.
International DCOF-403 hauling for Allied Van Lines. The picture was taken around the Denver, CO area.
International DCOF-405 nicknamed "Mountain Man." The picture was taken around the Denver, CO area.
International Conco, on the right, possibly could be hauling for Pepsi Cola. The Freightliner on the left is a Monfort of Colorago rig.
1959 International RDF-405and originally belonged to Chief Petroleum out of Colorado Springs, Colorado. In 1989 it was purchased by Fred Clifford who restored it but has since sold it. These two photos were sent to me by Mr. Clifford.
These were taken on September 4, 2004 at the Super Wal Mart in Broomfield.

Things like this is why I NEVER leave home without a camera.



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