International Harvester Four Wheel Drives.
1957(?) ASW120 International,
believed to have been fully imported for the Moonee (sp?) oil line,
then used as a tow truck around Ipswich for some years:
I've had to redo an unfinished restoration by the previous owner.
It currently runs a 240 gold motor,but I wouldn't mind picking up a 281
for it. I'm also chasing 4.10 front gears. 4.77 is a bit low, I think.
Any advice anyone could give would be most
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||e.g. ASW120(4X4), AS110 |
||this has three-bar grille and canted, stacked headlights|
||old numbers X10, e.g. C1100 |
|Unsure of some years of production||
Below: Restored 9/1999
A 1965 Ute and a 1979 Scout Traveller.
1969 International CM13300 Metrovan. It started
out as a two wheel drive but knowing that the factory had built two or
three in this configuration, I converted my own truck. The photo is
taken at Valley Farm in Narbethong, Victoria.
- John Wood
Aussie Outback Tours use this
forward-control (cab-over) International four wheel drive tour-bus
based on a 4WD truck chassis
... and a C1300 equipped for accompanying tours.
Left: An International Harvester Titan Tractor.
It is two wheel drive, but what the heck.
The Titan is at Scienceworks Museum, Melbourne.
dropped `International' from
its new name, Iveco Trucks Australia Ltd..
acquired International Trucks Australia Ltd company in 1992.
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