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1940 International Harvester K-3 R

1940 International Harvester K-3 R in The World's Fastest Indian, Movie, 2005 IMDB

Class: Cars, Ambulance — Model origin: US

1940 International Harvester K-3 R

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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no_car EE

2006-06-08 19:38

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Explorer4X4

2006-06-08 20:38

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1930's Ford panel van?

Blingy US

2006-06-10 00:11

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Yeah. 1949 Ford F1 Panel Truck.

nzcarnerd NZ

2008-11-30 10:37

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I will check my copy of the DVD but I am sure this is not a Ford. I think it is an International or a Commer.

nzcarnerd NZ

2009-09-26 06:01

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An article about this vehicle appeared in the local paper this week. It is a 1940 International K3R which began life as a truck and served with the New Zealand Army through WW2. In 1945 it was converted into an ambulance and served the town of Runanga on the West Coast of the South Island for 32 years before being put in storage. Some restoration work was done to it in time for it to appear in the movie Heavenly Creatures where it did service in the end of an A frame. By 1998 it ws back in the hands of St John and a group of enthusiasts began 2000 hour restoration. By the time The World's Fastest Indian was filmed it was in pristine condition. Today it lives at Ferrymead Historic Park - where some scenes of the movie Heavenly Creatures were shot.

nzcarnerd NZ

2009-09-26 21:28

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1940 International K3R.

Sunbar UK

2010-02-25 13:55

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http://ccmv.aecsouthall.co.uk/p1069534192/h1b76ae13#h1b76ae13

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