International R-120 – November/December 2012 Cover Story
Ray Hoffman

1955 International R-120

The 1955 International R-120 that appears on the cover of the November/December 2012 issue of Vintage Truck magazine was restored over the course of more than 30 years by Charlie Hardesty. “In the late ’70s, my dad told me that I would never finish the truck,” said Hardesty. “I did NOT want that to happen.” What else is in this issue? Features 11th Annual Vintage Truck Show Dodge Revival – A Restoration Saga, Part 31 Tugboat Annie Jeep’s Front Line … Read the rest of the story…

International Canopy Express – Truck-farm Truck
Erin McCarty

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The 1935 International Canopy Express that appears in the November/December 2012 issue of Vintage Truck magazine is owned by Chuck and Diane Schneider and was formerly owned and restored by Robert Roelofs of Wayland, Michigan. International harvester produced the cowl and chassis, and the Hercules Body Division of Servel, Inc. in Evansville, Indiana, built the canopy body from the engine firewall back. … Read the rest of the story…

International – Dad’s Work Truck
Patrick Ertel

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The 1960 International that appears in the January/February 2012 issue of Vintage Truck magazine is owned by William Knauss, who bought it from his father in 1995. “As soon as Dad got the International, he had custom storage bins made to fit on the sides of the beds,” said William of his father’s purchase in 1960. “My brother and I broke it in for him while he was waiting for the bins to be built.” … Read the rest of the story…

1975 International (Girl) Scout II
Erin McCarty

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The 1975 International Scout II that appears in the January/February 2012 issue of Vintage Truck magazine is owned by Andrea Bruening who became interested in obtaining a Scout after seeing Selma Hayak driving one in the movie Fools Rush In. “At first, [the attraction] was the fact that it was a convertible, but wasn’t a car,” said Andrea. “It was something I hadn’t seen before.” … Read the rest of the story…