A perfect day to set-up the tents for the wine festival, sunny, warm and no wind.
Below: I’m guessing a1977 International scout in fantastic condition. The ’77s were manufactured with rust pitted steel shipped over from Japan. For some obscure reason after being advised not to use the steel, IH Fort Wayne used it anyway. The result was 100% of the Scouts rusting away, I had one. Back in the late 1950’s, my step father Charles Kluk created the scout concept. He was Director of Order and Distribution, Motor Truck and special advisor to the Board of Directors. I was a design engineer at the same time with IH’s Farm Tractor Advanced Engineering developing the Cub Cadet concept.