International Harvester began early on assigning their trucks a model code consisting of a letter and a number. The letter was the model and the number was a size code. Note the extensive use of Wood in the coach works. By 1936 International was producing what we would now call a pickup which had an all steel exterior, but still had wood framing inside the coach works. By 1938 as shown on the D model on this site the body was all steel.
This beautifully restored model comes to us have half way around the world in South Africa, and is one of the nicest looking versions of this truck I have seen.
We also have available a Spec sheet for this truck which you can view by clicking here. In short this is a truck designed to haul about 1500 lbs. The spec sheet is a gif file. Note that a starter is standard equipment but a windshield and wiper is optional. You will note from the picture that this truck is a right hand drive model. The Spec sheet lists the truck as being left hand drive, but even then it was not unusual for manufacturers to provide right hand drive vehicles as required by local customs. The owner reports that the vehicle has a top speed of between 29-35 MPH and weighs just over 4,000 lbs with the extensive wooden body.
A special thanks to Dietrich Gerber for providing this photo from South Africa.