Discovered in Peever, South Dakota, this Canadian-built International caught the attention of Albuquerque, New Mexico, resident Noris Carsen. According to Noris, the rear license plate was from 1960, and the front was a '76 (check out the tree growing in between the front bumper). Outside of rats eating the interior, Noris said the old girl looked pretty good.

Be sure not to miss the April edition of Custom Classic Trucks' The End?, where we'll feature exclusive photos taken by Ansel Adams in 1932 of a '10 International being unearthed from the trunk of a giant albino Russian spruce.