Truck for KJ
My truck is a '68 International travelette (their name for a crew cab) that was originally a 1200 3/4 ton two wheel drive. They are hard to find brake drums for so I found a 1300 4wd with a trashed body that had good drive train and put the axles and transfer box in. The front bumper was added then.
That lasted for a few years then those drums wore out, again hard to find. I found a '66 1300 4wd in a junk yard with good drums and used them, still have that one too. It even has a cow catcher on the front bumper.
Those drums went bad and I took the rear axle from my '67 Dodge power wagon so I would have the brakes. One of the drums broke last month and they are hard to find too. I found one in a junk yard that still had some metal and now am running. But when it rains it pours. The transmission lost the part that keeps it in park so needs a new part. At least it is not a full rebuild.
A good thing I found out while looking for brake drums is ford F700 front disc brakes will fit on my axles. That means I can adapt them and have disc brakes all around as soon as I can afford the parts.
I tell people that ask to buy it that they will likely bury me in it. I get asked about twice a month.