1928 International Harvester SF-34 SF-34 1 Â½-ton Grain Truck
1928 International SF-34 1 Â½-ton Grain Truckâ€¢ Collector owned and Professionally restored in 2008â€¢ Survivor truck that originally hauled grainsâ€¢ Rare 1920â€™s large International truckâ€¢ Shop-kept at Creekside Farm in Yorkville, Illinoisâ€¢ Owned for more than 40 yearsâ€¢ Black engine and cowl; green wooden grain bedâ€¢ Lycoming four-cylinder engineâ€¢ Three-speed sliding gear manual transmissionâ€¢ Original glassâ€¢ Driving lightsâ€¢ 8,533 GVWR and 140-inch wheelbaseEven in the late 1920s, trucks remained firmly as working vehicles â€“ on farms, for tradesmen, laborers and deliverymen; creature comforts and lifestyle trucks were decades away. This example, one of Internationalâ€™s SF-34 1.5-ton models, was professionally restored in 2008 and this Binder was owned for 40 years and shop-kept at Creekside Farm in Yorkville, Illinois. Finished in black with a green grain box, the truckâ€™s paint and trim are in overall good shape. The truck retains its original glass and its body is straight and solid. A pair of driving lights replaces the usual headlights. Out back is a green, wooden bed used to haul grain. A Boyce MotoMeter adorns the top of the radiator. Thereâ€™s a driverâ€™s side windshield wiper but dual taillights. A full-sized spare tire hangs below the grain bed. This truck rolls on Firestone Gum-Dipped, High-Speed tires, size 6.50-20. They are mounted on red, metal, artillery-style wheels. The wheels are in very good order while the tires are in good, original order. The truck has a 140-inch wheelbase and a 8,533 GVWR. Under the hood is a Lycoming four-cylinder engine mated to a three-speed, sliding gear manual transmission. Inside, the black bench seat is in great condition. A wooden headliner rests above the driverâ€™s head and thereâ€™s a four-spoke steering wheel with a wooden rim. The black inner door liners and dashboard are all in very good order. There are Stewart Warner gauges in the dash and a floor-mounted shifter and handbrake but the speedometer and fuel gauge are inoperable.Competition to this Binder in 1928 included Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge, GMC 1.5-ton models. Farm vehicle collectors Binder fans or those who fancy pre-World War II trucks should stop at MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to check out this survivor truck from the 1920â€™s!VIN: SF42045EThis truck is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 39,507 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title.GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!â€¨Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.