other dog Posted April 13, 2012 Share Posted April 13, 2012 I saw this truck sitting off of rt. 19 just north of Summersville, W.V. a while back. I thought it was the extremely rare, seldom seen, and never photographed International Payhauler, but I wasn't sure.It was parked way down yonder off a side road, hard to see, much less get a picture of. I tried and failed several times to get a picture while driving up rt. 19.Yesterday I was coming south, it was pretty early, so I decided to stop and check it out. I was going to pull off on the ramp at the Muddelty exit and walk over to it but that was a lot of work, so I took a left, then a right onto the road where the truck was sitting. I thought it would bring me back out onto 19 but as soon as I turned I saw a "Dead End" sign. So I kept going anyway of course, figuring i'd figure something out.I passed the truck, then turned left into a dirt road, went down a little ways and found another gravel road I could back into to turn around. I took some pictures from where I turned around, then more from the road on the way out.By now I wasn't even sure if it was a Pay Hauler or not, because I didn't see an IH on the grill or International on it anywhere. I was probably 300 yards or more from it where I turned around, and close to 100 yards from it where I stopped in the road.I didn't positively identify it until today when I could see the big picture, and it is indeed a Pay Hauler 350. Now I wish i'd walked through the woods and briar patch over to it and got a really close look. 1 Quote Producer of poorly photo-chopped pictures since 1999. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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