Ron Bartel's beautiful Radiant Red 1946 International Harvester pickup actually was his great-uncle's truck. But Uncle Bill would probably never recognize the Corvette LS1-powered hauler as the same truck he bought new just after World War II.
Ron Bartel's beautiful Radiant Red 1946 International Harvester pickup actually was his great-uncle's truck. But Uncle Bill would probably never recognize the Corvette LS1-powered hauler as the same truck he bought new just after World War II. The Wichita Eagle
Ron Bartel's beautiful Radiant Red 1946 International Harvester pickup actually was his great-uncle's truck. But Uncle Bill would probably never recognize the Corvette LS1-powered hauler as the same truck he bought new just after World War II. The Wichita Eagle

From farm relic to show truck

November 13, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED March 27, 2012 09:33 AM

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