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Old 08-24-2011, 05:17 PM
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Nice one Ross. Looks like a 48 or so Travelall... did International offer those, or were they aftermarket conversions? And who did the 4wd conversion?

[edit] Looks like ND already answered the first question by the time I got this posted.
Actually, I heard that the IH woodie I posted was a wood-clad steel body, done by the owner. No way to confirm.
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From what I remember, Campbell also built some woodie conversions, including on Ford F series cowl and chassis vehicles. I think that Stu has a scan of the production ad and an actual picture of one with people standing in front of it.

There was also a picture posted on FTE recently of a 48-52 Ford Panel that was converted into a woodie by its current owner. I also saw a b&w picture of it in Old Cars Weekly maybe last summer. It was from a show in SoCal.
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Nice pics. Love the 49 Mercury.
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You CA guys probably know about the Nick Alexander Woodie Collection. I believe it sold in 2009 and had at least two M-H's I believe.

There is some video on YouTube on the collection. Search for:

"The Nick Alexander Woodie Collection Teaser"
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There was also a picture posted on FTE recently of a 48-52 Ford Panel that was converted into a woodie by its current owner. I also saw a b&w picture of it in Old Cars Weekly maybe last summer.

It was from a show in SoCal.
I wonder if it was this show: F100 Western Nationals, held in June at Featherly Park in Yorba Linda, staged by Pickups Limited of Orange County.

FTE member Edsf100 would know for sure, as he's a member. There are 100's of pics of this show in the SoCal Chapter forum.

I attend this show as a spectator, mainly to get the repro parts catalogs passed out by Carpenter and to BS with fellow FTE members. Steve Bricks, SoCal Chapter leader, sets up a canopy.

I don't walk around very much, cuz I've seen so many of these trucks over the past 60+ years, I really don't need to see any more.

Besides, many of the trucks are modified beyond belief, and I like 'em all original.
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This is a 1946/48 Chrysler Town and Country sedan, there was a 2 door ragtop also offered....which are prolly worth more than any woodie except super rare 1946 Mercury Sportman's..
It's a '48. He typically takes about 4 months to restore or hot rod a frame up project. This one took two years. He just finished a '50 F1 for the zillionth time. I think he may keep this one as they are getting harder to find and he's gettin on in years.
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Black IH is an R series, so early/mid 1950's. There was a thread on this truck quite awhile ago.

The green IH in the first post is a D series, late 30's early 40's. I'm looking for one of these, not necessarily a woodie, but a panel truck to recreate an Air Mail delivery van.

I'd love to have me a Campbell.
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You CA guys probably know about the Nick Alexander Woodie Collection. I believe it sold in 2009 and had at least two M-H's I believe.
Alexander is a BMW Dealer (alexanderbmw.com). The dealership is located in a gritty rundown industrial area on Alameda Street in LA, south of the I-10 freeway.

South of the dealership on Alameda, are miles of wrecking yards, 2 bit auto body & repair shops and the former Firestone tire plant @ Alameda Street & Firestone Blvd.

When the announcement came he was selling his woodies, I wasn't surprised. IMO, the horrid economy forced him to sell. Dealerships around here have closed by the dozens.

An entire automall shut down in Pomona, 26 FoMoCo dealers have closed in LA/Orange Counties over the past 3 years. A guy who owned 50 ChryCo/Nissan dealerships in CA declared bankruptcy.
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flatheads on the wharf

Since I didn't get to see any flatties at this morning's show, I decided to rifle through my flathead photos from this series. I thought I'd update this post with a few of the better looking ones, so here they are:

A few hot rod flathead v8's:

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A nice stock 239 (or 255?):

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An original model A motor:

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This is the flathead 6 that was in the green International:

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A nice stock flat 6 in a Chrysler ragtop:

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And a COOL looking Plymouth straight six all dolled up with (what looks like) vintage speed parts. This was probably my favorite engine there.

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