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New International LoneStar Pictures





Two Schneider National trucks taken at a rest area in Washington, 1996.
Picture taken of an International tractor owned by Canadian Pacific Merchandise Services at the Vancouver, BC freight yard. International truck belonging to Public Freightways and the trailer once belonged to Princeton Breweries of Princeton, BC. Picture of an R190 with integrated sleeper, from an International brochure.



These photos in this group were given to me by someone who worked at International trucks of Seattle, WA.
These were marketing photos from F.A.B. Manufacturing Company's (Emeryville, CA) Fabco 6-10 suspension.
An International DCOF405 tractor with a day cab. This tractor is about a 1962 vintage.
An International DCOF405 tractor with a sleeper cab. This tractor is about a 1962 vintage. An International model V220 truck. This truck is about a 1962 vintage.
Loomis taking delivery of a new International truck. This truck is about a 1962 vintage. This photo was given to me by someone who worked at International trucks of Seattle, WA. A unique rear axle setup on this International dump truck.





The above pictures show many different views of some International trucks owned by Washington Cooperative Association.
Photo courtesy of International trucks of Seattle. Part of my collection.
The above pictures show many different views of an International truck owned by Harms Randolph around the Seattle, WA area.
Photo courtesy of International trucks of Seattle. Part of my collection.
Here is a picture of an International tractor with sleeper hauling for Golden Age Beer. The year of the truck is about 1932.
Photo courtesy of International trucks of Seattle. Part of my collection.
Here is a picture of three 1939 International D-300 delivery trucks owned by Golden Age Beer.
Photo courtesy of International trucks of Seattle. Part of my collection.
Here is a picture of a new 1940 International model D-15 being delivered to Golden Age Beer by the International salesman.
Photo courtesy of International trucks of Seattle. Part of my collection.


Here is a picture of a 1940 International madel D-300, owned by Richfield Petroleum.
Photo courtesy of International trucks of Seattle. Part of my collection.
Here is a model D International owned by Standard Oil.
Photo courtesy of International trucks of Seattle. Part of my collection.
Here is a picture of a K Series International owned by Portland-Seattle Auto Freight.
Photo taken for International trucks of Seattle by Roger Dudley. Part of my collection.
Here is a picture of an 1938 International model D-400, owned by Coca Cola.
Photo courtesy of International trucks of Seattle. Part of my collection.
Here is a heavy duty 1932 A Series International logging truck.
Photo courtesy of International trucks of Seattle. Part of my collection.
Here is a picture of an International milk delivery truck owned by Carnation Milk. The year of the truck could be 1937-1940.
Photo taken for International trucks of Seattle by Roger Dudley. Part of my collection.
Photo taken for International trucks of Seattle by Roger Dudley. Part of my collection. Photo taken for International trucks of Seattle by Roger Dudley. Part of my collection. Here is a picture of an International series KB owned by Pacific Produce.
Photo taken for International trucks of Seattle by Roger Dudley. Part of my collection.


JB Hunt International parked at Yakima, WA in July 1999. Lynden Transport Inc. truck seen in a rest area in Washington in July 1999. Here is an International DCOF-405 Emeryville, taken in Penticton, BC in the summer of 1963.



Some International Brochure Pictures
     
     
     
     





Here is a picture of two IHC COE tractors with long wheelbases belonging to British Columbia Railway. This picture was taken in Vancouver, B.C. 1982.
This photo is from Kim Loeb from Denmark.
Here is a picture of an International KB8. This truck belonged to Coast Wise Septic Tank Pumping. The truck has Oregon plates on it.
This photo is from Kim Loeb from Denmark.
Here is a picture of an International model RDF-405 logging truck
This photo is from Kim Loeb from Denmark.
Here is a picture of an International tractor pulling a tanker trailer. The company was ICX, and they hauled a lot of bulk stuff around Vancouver, BC.
This photo is from Kim Loeb from Denmark.
Here is an International R-Line mixer on outdoor display at the Cole Land Transportation Museum in Bangor Maine. The covered bridge in the background is a scaled-down replica of one of Maine's many covered bridges. Should you ever come east that far for a vacation, the Cole Museum is well worth the visit. We toured it in 1994 when the bridge was under construction, but inside the building there are hundreds of items all involved with land transportaton in Maine. Several trucks used by Coles Express of Bangor are included - including a unique 6-axle, twin-steer non-sleeper GM Crackerbox with dromedary tank.
Here is a picture of an Day & Ross International cabover tractor trailer in Etobicoke, Ontario in May 1997. Robert Archer Collection. Here is an International 9400 hauling for B&L Transport, heading west on Hwy 3 at Simcoe, Ontario. Robert Archer Collection.
Here is a picture of an International model 4900 leased to Roberts Express. Roberts, the largest expedite carrier, is now a fallen flag. Once owned by Roadway Services, the parent company of Roadway Express. When Roadway Express was spun off in 1996/97, the corporate name was changed to Caliber System. This also included RPS, Caliber Logistics, Viking Freight, Caliber Healthcare and Roberts Express. Caliber System was bought by Federal Express of Memphis. As of January 2000 they are known as FedEx Custom Critical. The trucks are being repainted and redecalled by Fall 2000. This picture was taken on Labor Day 1999. Robert Archer Collection.
Expediters are owner operators who haul smaller loads to keep "Just In Time" factories going. They usually run straight trucks, often equipped with sleepers, as the drivers are out for many days at a time.
Here are some pictures of an International Paystar 5000 6x4 working in the Gijon Harbour in Spain in the 70's. These pictures come from Alberto Puerta. Here is a picture of one of Des Smith Rigging's International Eagle crane trucks. It was the first International 9700 crane truck in South Africa which was mounted with a Fassi F250 .22. It is based in Durban, South Africa. Ryan Smith Collection.
Here are pictures of Tony Weston's International Emeryville. The restoration is almost done.
All that is needed now is the chrome moldings around the grill. Tony Weston Collection.



Here are pages from a BCF Models Brochure that I collected in the early 60's
     
     
     
     





Here are pages from a BCF Models Spec Sheet that I collected in the early 60's
   



VCOF-190 spec sheet
COF-220 spec sheet
RDF-405 spec sheet





New International ProStar at Mid America truck show. Don Querciagrossa Collection.





International Transtar Photo Lineage from Doug McKenzie
Transtar Lineage. Began in 1965 with the introduction of the CO-4000, replacing the highly successful DCO-400 Series "Emeryville". Pictured here is a single-axle non-sleeper CO-4000 from Adams Transport, Toronto Ontario. Saddle-style fuel tanks are customer-specified, in this case the tractor is a former Direct-Winters Transport unit. Direct traded their whole fleet of these units around 1974. Ford dealers were selling them for about $2500 Cdn. 8V-71 Detroit engines, 10speed Roadranger transmissions.
Second one ..... 1967 CO-4000 sleeper. Pretty much standard appearance for the model of that time. Note that there is no luggage compartment door on passenger side. This one was powered with a 238 Detroit, 10-speed Roadranger and a long, 157-inch wheelbase. Ended it's days haulling cattle from Wellington County Ontario until an electrical short set fire to it and it was destroyed. At the time of the picture, in October 1972, the truck had over 700,000 miles on it.
CO-F4070A Transtar was we know it. This one was a pretty stylish unit for it's time, 1974. Royal Designs of Scarborough Ontario used a small fleet of 3 of these.

Probably the most unusual member of the Transtar family would be the Unistar. Conceived as a "Universal" tractor, the Unistar was unqiue in that it did not have a transfer case - instead it used an over-running clutch in the drive-line which, when the rear axle began to slip, the clutch would automatically engage the front axle. Photographed here in 1970, between an I-H pick-up and an 800 Scout (anyone remember them?) is one of the early production units at I-H's Toronto Sales Branch in downtown Toronto.

The Unistar was the most unusual member of the Transtar family and design-wise would fore-tell the truck's future appearance. A 4-wheel drive tractor, the Unistar used the usual arrangement of an over-running clutch in the drive-line which at the moment the rear wheels began to slip, it automatically engaged the front driving axle. This one here was one of the very first, photographed in 1970 at International's main Toronto Ontario sales branch, nestled between a pick-up and a Scout - anyone remember them?

Second view of the Unistar shows the 73-inch BBC day cab, enlarged air filter, inaccurate nameplate on the door - it reads Transtar - step pocket below the door and unique design to the front fenders. This style of fender panel did not last long. Colours are medium metallic blue and white, the same colours which Hanky posted earlier to get this topic rolling.
Here is another view of the Unistar taken by Hank Suderman at the ATHS National Convention at Reno, NV in 2001.
To handle the increasing power of bigger engines, ie: the 1673T/TA Cat, Cummins NTC Series and 8V-71T Detroit, International raised the Transtar cab by 5 inches, giving more room under the cab. In this picture of a Ryder-owned 74-inch BBC tractor, the increased height in the cab is noticed by the filler panel below the door nameplate. Gill Truck Plaza, Berneires Quebec, 1973.
Brand-new, awaiting an owner at the Woodbine Truck Centre, Markham Ontario in 1973. Chrome bullet lights, chrome grille and the double bumper unique to the high-powered Transtars. Painted in light metallic blue and white, this one was well appointed on the inside with a maroon/red interior.
Dual exhaust stacks, double bumper and the filer panel under the cab painted black - this one is a 4090A Super Transtar, powered by a 12V-71 Detroit. Berneires Quebec, September 1973.
Transtar 2 as we know it. Triad Truck Lease, at Scarborough Ontario in the fall of 1975.
Transtar 2 truck and trailer. Leamington Ontario, 1981.
And then there's this oddity ..... 76-inch BBC Transtar 2 from Cronin Transport onto which it's owner has tack the front end of the CO-9670.
Final evolution in the Transtar .... the CO-9670. Other than the regular box cab-over cab, family styling cues can be found in the grille and the windshield. Tractor trailer and antiques are owned by the Tackaberry family of Athens Ontario.



Here is a link to pictures from the 1975 International Transtar II catalog showing the different paint schemes from the Dennis Shull Collection.



Here is a link to pictures from the 1975 International Eagle catalog showing the different paint schemes from the Dennis Shull Collection.





Here are some images of the new International LoneStar
These images were sent to me by and associate from Zócalo Group
For more pictures and information go to the International Trucks web site.
     
     
   



International's Chatham plant's 60th anniversary this year (2008). Taken by S. Pierpoint
     
     
     
     
     
   



Dave Rosser sent me these pictures of his father's 1948 Interntational KB after painting for Greyvan Lines taken in 1957
ONC International DCO-405 Safeway International DCOF-405 drom Safeway International DCO-405 with doubles




1961 International RDF-405
262 Cummins NTO 6B Engine
Fuller 9513 & Spicer 4-speed




1956 International S-160 taken in Chile
Hardy Esteban Scheihing Alvarez
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     



My name is Neil Gregory. I live in San Antonio Texas. I'm the proud owner of this relatively rust free 1935 International. It has an odd sliding side door w/ a triangle a.- pillar window. It was all wooden framed. I have pieces of the wood for restoration. I have all her sheetmetal. And door skins. It was un- insulated. Canvas roof. I've been asking questions about her. Nobody knows. It was white and red originally. With a plaquard holder on the dash as can be seen in pics. My cell is: 210-371-2468. I would like to know something about this. Have you ever seen one? My email address is: hctwister91@gmail.com
     
   
   






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