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Natulv

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About Natulv

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  • Birthday 05/31/1986

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    hunting, fishing, offroading, workin on vehicles. You name it Ive probably at least tried it hobby wise

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  1. Nice. Yeah I had a guy give me a long history lesson on the truck on Reddit a while back. "For those who may not know, this is quite a rare model. The [IH C-900] was a value-leading base model that was made by taking a half-ton C-1000 and replacing the 7' short bed (IH short beds on '61-68 models were 7', not 6.5' like the Big 3) with a special 6' narrow ("stepside") bed. The only other IH trucks that used a 6' bed were the [Travelette crew cabs], but those were almost exclusively wide straight-sided (or as IH called them, "Bonus-Load") beds, and the C-900 was narrow bed-only except
  2. I think 67 was the first year of the 908b and I am fairly certain 69 was the end of em. Shame they were so short lived, its really a neat little truck. Hard as **** finding proper parts and numbers though. Only regret on the build so far is the mirrors. Not my best idea for placement.
  3. Hey all first real post thought I would share my '67 908b. Got it from my grandpa a few years ago and been slowly building it up. Painted and tuned up,replaced dead carb, added cab lights, fixed wiring. The list of projects to do gets longer every time I finish one it seems. Right now trying to find a fix for the traditional cowl rust holes under the dash in the cab, and thinking of making some vent ducts since they all seem to be missing.
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