AGTeacher

1979 transtar and my 66 1206

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GT&T    0

Thanks for posting this picture.  It is a beautiful thing.  I happen to have a day cab single axle TransStar II that I hope,  one day, to have looking as nice as yours.  Could you post other shots of this beautiful rig and its load?

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jingles1928    0

Love that black and white picture.

Dennis

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Kevingweq    0

Oh my  !!!!  Those are some beautiful pictures ,   Thanks for sharing !

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north of 60    0

Very nice !! 

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tony in ca.    0
On ‎5‎/‎16‎/‎2017 at 6:50 PM, AGTeacher said:

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Nice !

  Tony

 

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mikem    0

There's going in style, and then there is GOING IN STYLE!!!!!!!!!!!

Nice job!!!!!!!!!

Mike

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Sask466    0

Does that truck have a cummins?  That's a really cool looking truck!

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AGTeacher    0

Yep this one has a big cam Cummins and my other has a cat in it 

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superih    0

awesome truck, I hope to have on like it someday, they are getting harder to find.

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You could get a buzzin' dozen in one of those, right? 

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AGTeacher    0

The 4090s yes. But the 4070s have never seen one 

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 Thanks. I just knew one of the CO trucks was available with it. 

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superih    0

what is the difference in a 4090 and a 4070, still learning IH truck models.

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AGTeacher    0

4090 was designed with bigger radiator for big engines but only made in early 70s  we're not available after 75 and the transtar 2 came out

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Sask466    0

Is the other Transtar you have with the Cat a 1673, 1693, or a 3406 transplant?

Was the 4090 similar to Freightliners "Powerliner"?  I read about it somewhere - it had a big wide front grill (I don't think it looks as good).  The 4090's I looked up seem to have the same grill as a 4070.

Could you get KTA's in IH Transtars or did the KTA come out later, or was it ever even offered?  

Another random thought... I can see the V-8s and V-12's did have some application in cabovers, as they should have a lower engine height versus the I-6's, all things being equal.  The hot-rod cabovers back then did seem to use a lot of 3408's and 12v71's.

 

 

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Sask466    0

And I can't stop looking at the red and white truck by the way.  Those wide aluminum budds in the front really work with that cab.

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AGTeacher    0

The other one is a factory 3406a which they were kinda rare .      They did offer KTs in them according to sales brochures but I have yet to see one. And I have yet only seen 3 in my life 4070s cat powerd 

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AGTeacher    0

Here are a couple more pictures of the ole girls

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