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Default International pickup D3 1940

Anyone have info on this pickup. Looking to buy. Says it has a Black Diamond engine. Would you know cubic in, rear end gears and any other info?
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Default Re: International pickup D3 1940

Sold as the 1000 through 1500 D-series, the Light Line pickup was originally offered with four of International Harvester's own V8s, with displacements of 266, 304, 345 or 392 cubic inches. AMC's 232 ci inline-six engine had also been available

From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interna...ht_Line_pickup

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Default Re: International pickup D3 1940

What you listed is for 1970's. I'm looking for late 1930's to 1940.
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Default Re: International pickup D3 1940

Try this page. www.oldihc.org Also, do a google or yahoo search for International D3 pickup - lots of stuff out there.
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Default Re: International pickup D3 1940

The CID was usually stamped in a pad on the front of the block, just below the head on the right side. Also check with http://www.binderplanet.com/forums/index.php, look under triple diamond, or click this, http://www.binderplanet.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=9
You can expect gear ratio to be very high.
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