My wife drives past a small collapsed barn twice a day. On the first day it collapsed, she spied a classic pickup truck beneath the boards. It has been like that for about 2 months now. Just yesterday we typed up a nice letter to the property owner and dropped it in the mailbox, asking if he would be willing to part with it. I have not shot any pics of it yet, but I do know that it has two rear windows, with straight glass edges in the middle but rounded on the outside edges, bubble fenders, with a pointed hood. The paint is shot, but what little sheet metal we can see is straight. It also has that 40's - 50's looking bed, squared off with the flared out rails. We went online, and I cannot find any pictures of Ford, Chevy or Dodge 40s or 50s trucks with split rear windows. Then I found a pic of an International Harvestor with two rear windows. Can anyone confirm that IH had the only split rear window pickup trucks? What else could it be? Thanks!