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Posted By Mik3e Thursday, August 02, 2012 5:25 PM
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These trucks are parked in front of the G. N. Hammond blacksmith shop, Durango, at a time when the shop is transitioning from horseshoes to auto repair. The Hammond family moved from Durango in 1922. So, what are they?
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on the right abt. 1917 International


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47 Willys CJ2A, 47 Bantam T3C, 47 Diamond T 910, 53 White WC24, 49 IH KBS11
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Pic' won't load on this end,,,,,,,:crying:

I''m an expert now, I didn''t have anything left over this time.
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Perhaps this will work better. The one on the right has been identified as an International. Suggested on the left is a home-job conversion of a Maxwell. I also have found REO pictures with a contoured hood and same style headlights but can't rule it in or out.
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1917 IH Model F








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It's been proposed that the left truck is either a REO or Maxwell rebuild. The rear tires are Ford.
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There's a Maxwell Delivery Car brochure in this post with a similar cowl shape.

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