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Postby coppersmythe » Sat May 18, 2013 6:34 am

good morning all from the hot sticky deep south . this travelall is as soninlaw found it , no body work or paint ,almost ZERO rust . big straight 6 with a new (to us) 4 speed tranny ( BIG THANKS TO BILL HUDSON FOR GOING ABOVE AND BEYOND GETTING IT FOR US) . drove it home from shreveport , la. it has a PTO winch , and the interior is amazing . turns out i need to listen more closely , it was bought by the federal government for the white sands , NM testing grounds . he got the documentaion with the truck showing all of the add ons and the feds ID number. it has a white sands testing grounds access decal still on the glass. ImageImageImage
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Zip Code: 39154
Tractors Owned: 1969 Farmall Cub
1952 Cub
1942 Farmall H
Location: Raymond, MS

Re: travelall

Postby tmays » Sat May 18, 2013 6:42 am

Wow! That's an awesome find Val! Looks better than I imagined when you told me about it. That will sure come in handy hauling that high crop around and will sure turn some heads

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Re: travelall

Postby Buzzard Wing » Sat May 18, 2013 8:10 am

One of the greatest vehicles of all times! Nice, nice score Val!
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Location: OH, Madison

Re: travelall

Postby Bill Hudson » Sat May 18, 2013 8:18 am


Sure is a nice one. Certainly my pleasure to be a go-fer. When I picked up the tranny, I got to meet a fellow that has a shopfull of International pickups - a real treat.


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Tractors Owned: '49 Cub
'49 JD "B"
'79 JD 2040
'50 DB "Garden Tractor"
'52 DB "Super Power"
'56 DB "Big 5"
'62 DB "Super 600"
'37 McCormick Deering "LA" engine
Location: Stewartsville, Virginia

Re: travelall

Postby Virginia Mike » Sat May 18, 2013 10:12 am

That's the gas fill on the RF fender. I remember from being a gas-pump jockey in the sixty's.
A guy came in with one pulling a camper.
As I remember the tank was huge. Plenty of time to check the oil, air the tires, and wash the winshield while it filled.
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Re: travelall

Postby Rudi » Sun May 19, 2013 7:57 pm


I always thought the TravelAll's were the coolest of the Suburban style trucks. This one is a beauty :!: :D
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