How About A Cord And Zephyr To Go With Those International Harvesters?

This is Down On The Street Bonus Edition, where we check out interesting street-parked cars located in places other than the Island That Rust Forgot. Today's DOTSBE post is sort of a hybrid deal; UDMan has shot three cool old survivor trucks- including a couple of IHC machines- in New York. Then, as an added bonus,… » 7/24/08 3:00pm 7/24/08 3:00pm

Star-Spangled Scout Lurks Behind The Orange Curtain

Normally we like to show street-parked cars in this series, but we're making an exception for this International Harvester Scout that parks in the driveway at БЯд╒╒ ®'s place in Orange County's lovely Huntington Beach. The fading on the stars-and-stripes motif suggests that the custom paint job was laid down around… » 4/22/08 3:00pm 4/22/08 3:00pm

Yet More Vintage Machinery From Denver's Streets

When you see "Denver" in the title, you might figure you're looking at more shots by prolific DOTSBE photographer Kitt. But hold on- now we've got two readers shooting interesting vehicles on the streets of John Fante's hometown. We've got Kitt covering the south side of town and ejacobs working the northwest… » 4/04/08 3:00pm 4/04/08 3:00pm

1976 International Harvester Scout II

We've only seen two trucks from our favorite farm equipment maker so far in this series (the '48 KB-2 and the '80 Scout), but those aren't the only International Harvesters on the island. Here's a '76 Scout II (equipped with a warlord-style camouflage paint job) that I spotted in the same East End neighborhood as the … » 3/24/08 9:00am 3/24/08 9:00am