With the brakes now rebuilt, the engine running beautifully, a full clean and good run our 1937 International is now ready to find a new home.
We all love her here and everyone who passes by does to so we have no hesitation that she’ll be back on the road with a new owner in no time.
This is not one of our regular restoration projects. Instead, we have a beautiful truck that has battled the Suffolk weather for many years and survived.
The truck is lovely as it is. Not only is it a very rare piece but it is unique and it is certainly a head turner. Any major works to the truck would most certainly affect the look and character.
The woodwork around the rear has been removed so that we can strip back and re-varnish.
The brakes have also been stripped back and rebuilt.
This morning we successfully completed the removal of 1937 International and 1957 Ford F100 for their current position.
Both vehicles have been left in storage for many years, in a yard, right here in Suffolk. Due to a bereavement we have acquired the vehicles with a view to recommissioning them.
Once back at our workshops we will fully assess the work required and try to get them up and running.
We are very pleased to have secured the restoration of a very rare 1937 International and a Ford F100.
Both projects have been stored for a number of years right here in Suffolk, without any works being carried out. Once in our workshops we will assess what actions need to be taken and we’ll put together a project plan.
Due in next week to Bridge Classic Cars.