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1933 Willys/ IHC D-1


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Old 05-16-2019, 02:07:32 PM
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Default 1933 Willys/ IHC D-1

Pushing buttons on a computer can be expensive. However, this D-1 is very rare. I’d never seen one in the flesh until I purchased the first one (in pieces) at a Fresno County Auction about a year ago. This second D-1 appears to have the parts the first one was missing. It came from North Dakota. Ouch.
I hope to build one very nice stockish D-1 and then maybe a hot rod with the leftovers.
In 1932, IHC wanted to enter the light-Duty pickup market but had nothing to offer. Instead, they had Willys build them a pickup
That was rebadged as a 1933 International.
In all my years of searching wrecking yards and for sale ads I’d never seen one. Just photographs in a book.
I can tell you that so far I think Willys was a superior builder. I’m IHC-crazy, though.
International used the Willys-based flathead six for another 17 years at least in all their lighter-duty offerings. That’s why Willys and International flathead six stuff interchanges.
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Default Re: 1933 Willys/ IHC D-1

What an unrestored D-1 looks like in one piece.
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Default Re: 1933 Willys/ IHC D-1

IHC B series (1933-34) and 1933 Willys/IHC D-1
certainly appear to have the same headlamp buckets. NOW, I get to find out! Long time waiting!
Also, the differential on the North Dakota 1933 D-1 sure looks like my 1938 D-2 differential.
I just found out that my two D-1s have different transmission and
bellhousing configurations. Makes me wonder if the Fresno D-1 got that all swapped out to a later model at some point. I know the Fresno D-1 engine is later because it’s a Green Diamond. They came out with K Series in 1941.
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Default Re: 1933 Willys/ IHC D-1

Nope! D-1 headlamps are bigger in diameter and pointier. Darn!
Also, pics of transmission, differential and serial number/ VIN.
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Default Re: 1933 Willys/ IHC D-1

This rust brown coating on this old North Dakota metal is kind of attractive.
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I’ve never, ever seen true IHC D-1, C-1, or D-2 wire wheels so this is a treat!
This set is 18”. I measured. The first D-1 I bought came with one wire wheel spare but no other wheels.
The bolt holes look enlarged but actually 1930s IHC 1/2 tons came with 7/8” lug nuts. New lug nuts are impossible to find.
My North Dakota D-1 Truck appears to have 20 of them.
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Looks like I have at least two unusable wire wheels. Too much pitting.
Bummer.
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Looking for skinny new 18” tires, flaps and tubes.
Coker appears to be the most expensive.
Lucas is a bit cheaper with their “Olympic” tire. And they are close to me..
Anybody have a cheaper alternative to Lucas?
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Default Re: 1933 Willys/ IHC D-1

Don’t see a spot for this.
Bennet visible coming home, tomorrow.
Yes, a lot can go wrong between then and now...
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Horizontal pump until I get it home.
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