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Posted By Tim Elder Thursday, February 27, 2020 12:43 PM
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Tim Elder (3/13/2020)
Conclusion: it's an Int'l of 1915 to 1920.
But I would still like to establish the year more closely.
I think it is a 1919 model, does that help?

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Friday, March 13, 2020 5:44 PM by Wolfcreek_Steve
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On the AACA forum, it was suggested this might be a Kelly-Springfield. I have an old copy of Georgano's Commercial Vehicle Encyclopedia. It provides 2 photos to compare. The angle of the front fender at the running board looks like Int'l. A battery box shows on the K-S, but not on the Int'l. AACA suggested the nameplate indicates K-S, but the Int'l has one too. The Int'l has 14 spokes in the wheels, but the K-S only 9. K-S shows a chain drive, but the Int'l does not per Georgano's text. And there was an Int'l dealer in Louisville, but I don't know of a K-S dealer. Conclusion: it's an Int'l of 1915 to 1920.
But I would still like to establish the year more closely.
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According to the book International Trucks by Frederick W. Crismon, it is a model F or H International. From what I can tell it would be a 1915-1921, but possibly as late as 1923. In 1921 the models changed to 21 and 31. It could be that there were years that there were no changes, or none that are visible in the picture - or it could be that I am not seeing them. Check around and you may find a place where someone knows more.
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Can anyone provide the year of this International truck? Or a range of years? Thanks.
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It sure looks International .
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I would like to obtain the year and confirmation that it is an International for our local Historical Society. It belonged to a local (Louisville, OH) feed mill business--Star Mills, which is the oldest business in Louisville. There is no one left who knows what it is. I suspect a circa 1920s International.
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