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    Model D 405 I958

    Drove a long way today to get pics of this one,and a few others. I saw this 15 years ago for the first time-still setting in the same spot. I have only
    ever seen five of the West Coast model 405 International. Not very common at all. I paced off the length of the cowl including hood from bottom of windshield to the front of
    grill { 6' } that's a long nose. 220 Cummins with a 4X4. This is one I would like to restore but with B model cat and late running gear. I always
    liked this model of Corn Queen.

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    Nice!
    She's a bit beat up but really in good shape overall.
    Doesn't look like the can is rusted out.

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    As hard as these are to find there's not many cheeries left. And for the year- model, from 1 to 10 it's a 8

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    Found this 1959 RDF 405 today still has the 220 with a ten speed. The cab and hood are actually in fairly good condition but it has the typical 405 fender rash.

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    More RDF's

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    I've always been a fan of the fat fendered R Series but I've never seen this model before. As long as it is I'm guessing they didn't make it to the east coast very often. Thanks for posting!!
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