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Old 14-05-05, 03:55
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Default ID these trucks

This convoy was a recruiting group that travelled through parts of Canada. The lead car is marked to the RCASC (Royal Cdn Army Service Corps). Can you ID the trucks?
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Old 14-05-05, 05:06
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The first three are International Harvester vehicles.

As I am just going to bed, i cannot identify all of them by model number, but they are probably all D series models from the late 1930's.
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Old 15-05-05, 06:17
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Default Those Trucks......

Hiya Clive

The 6x4 trucks have the same cab as the 1941 International KR11 cabover but being tandem-axled, may have another designation.

The station wagon is an International as well, looks like a '39.

Interesting body work on the trucks. Any idea where the photo was taken?

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Old 15-05-05, 11:01
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yes the station wagon is a 1939 model but I am not sure of the trucks.

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