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Old 12-30-2008, 09:14 PM
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Default IHC Serial Number List -- Motor Truck Annual -- 1928-1966

Serial Number List -- Motor Truck Annual -- 1928-1966

http://content.wisconsinhistory.org/...0Number%20Info

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Interesting documentation! It can help to estimate production years for the early IHC trucks. It's good to see some more of the IHC records being digitally preserved.

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Old 01-04-2009, 05:45 PM
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Default Re: IHC Serial Number List -- Motor Truck Annual -- 1928-1966

Cool info that will help alot.
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Default Re: IHC Serial Number List -- Motor Truck Annual -- 1928-1966

I'm now a little confused....My KS5 is serial #2608 which shows by this chart to be a 1941 however it is and always has been registered as a 1946. I have the original owners 1948 registration showing it as a 1946.
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Default Re: IHC Serial Number List -- Motor Truck Annual -- 1928-1966

Back then trucks where titled when they wher sold not when they where built.If your truck was not bought and sat on the lot till 1960,the title would say it was a 1960
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the subject of frame numbers has bin a heated discushion on oldihc. heres what i found to be the true facts. the frame number are there yes. the information that the wiscousin historical sosicty has is not complete. the information they have is only production numbers they do not have the starting and ending numbers. internation does not have any records on the k/kb trucks any longer. yes the wiscousin numbers will give you the amout of trucks produced each year. but it will not nessiceraily give you the correct year with the information they have its an edacated guess at best. if you call and ask them to identify you truck year buy the frame number. they will tell you they can not becauce they do not have the line setting tickets. they say with out the line setting tickets they can not tell you the excat year. so until the line setting tickets turn up its going to be an edeacated guess as to excact year unless you have an orgional title. the info that is out there right know just tells use the series and size like k or kb 1 2 3 4 or 5 etc like and thats it.
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Interesting, I can't really imagine that a red truck sitting in the sun for 5 years could be passed off as a current model year.
Ya I know, I guess the buyer would be aware of this dating system, but still hard to believe 5 years. Maybe a rollover from the previous year. Anyway, I guess it's just "old".
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that is some excellent info i tis very helpful I wish there was even more info like this within the web site
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Interesting documentation! It can help to estimate production years for the early IHC trucks. It's good to see some more of the IHC records being digitally preserved.

Roy
Hello Roy i sent you a few early Scout #'s.......don't know if you got them or not but i have one thats just not the FC # Its a 63 Scout 80 Vin # SCFC73539a3 can you shed any light on this??

Thanks,

George
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Default Re: IHC Serial Number List -- Motor Truck Annual -- 1928-1966

3Ds: International changed the design of their light trucks in mid 1940 coming out as the 41 K series models. Then WWII started and the Government intervened, causing most manufacturers to stop all but limited production until 1946. International made very few light rucks during the war. They went to 'essential' civilian use. To the best of my knowledge, all of the light rucks built in wartime were "1941" models. Yours may have been built as late as 1945.
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