1935 International C-1 Owner Interview – 2014 Vintage Truck Show
Erin McCarty

1935 International C-1

During the 13th Annual Vintage Truck Show on August 2, 2014, we interviewed several truck owners about their vintage vehicles. We learned a lot of neat information and heard many interesting stories. In this video, truck owner Lloyd Boyer of Rockford, Ohio, tells us about his 1935 International C-1. We have more videos to come, so keeping checking the website for the latest video from VT TV. If you missed this year’s truck show, be sure to bring your old truck to the next … Read the rest of the story…

Prime Cuts from the Springfield Meet Market
Bill Holder

swap-meet

Every Labor Day weekend, the Cars & Part Springfield (Ohio) Swap Meet and Car Show, held at the Clark County Fairgrounds, addresses everything automotive—old and new, big and small. The event always brings a number of used, and ofttimes abused, vintage trucks. Owners gave a number of different explanations about why they were letting their vehicles go, such as “it’s too much work” or “too much money,” or “my wife’s mad because I bought it,” and many others. Whatever the reason, here are six … Read the rest of the story…

International L-110 – A Yellow Tale
Erin McCarty

51 ihc

The 1951 International L-110 that appears in the September/October 2014 issue of Vintage Truck magazine is owned by Bob Roelofs who purchased the half-ton shortbox at an estate auction. As the founding member of the West Michigan Chapter of the American Truck Historical Society, Bob has been involved with trucks for over fifty years. He has been an AHTS member for over 20 years – and has led his chapter for the past 12–14 years. … Read the rest of the story…

International C-10 panel – Takes the Cake
Erin McCarty

34 ih

The 1934 International C-10 panel truck that appears in the May/June 2014 issue of Vintage Truck magazine was restored by Stephen Brown who dedicated the project to honor his great-uncle Maurice Hofgard and his bakery on the south side of Chicago. This rare Depression-era truck features pedals labeled “brake” and “clutch” to help new drivers who were transitioning from making deliveries with horse-and-buggy rigs. … Read the rest of the story…