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original 4wd wagon?

Discussion in 'General Tech' started by sirenmoses, Feb 22, 2007.

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  1. sirenmoses

    sirenmoses

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    Saw this at the video shop, googled International Harvester Wagon but didn't find anything. This rig was SHARP! :beer:

    Anybody know about these? Sorry bout the cell phone shot.
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  2. D'Animal

    D'Animal Rescuer of Beagles & Landcruisers Moderator

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    I'm gonna guess Yes.

    http://www.eclassictrucks.com/truckswanted.htmlClassic Truck Wanted: - 1947-52 IH 5 WINDOW PICKUP- want a descent truck that is running little or no rust, paint job doesnt really matter, straight body, something i can drive when i buy it. want for a project and daily driver. Will pay $4500 for a truck like this or best offer. tido317@aol.com or (951)-685-4729
     
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    I think of this as the original 4wd wagon, first model year 1946:
    LavieWagon400.JPG
     
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    semlin discouraged user

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    first model year 1907 ;) third row seating :D
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    Mace rock scientist.. Staff Member s-Moderator

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    This a competition??
     
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    Looks like a heavily modifed Volvo PV, the original sweedish tank.[​IMG] I've wanted one of these for years;)
     

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