About 3 years ago, Terry Minor bought a 1936 IH pick-up truck as a side project for our technicians to work on. Mac Brown brought it up to Nashville from Florida. The truck was in bad shape: engine parts were rusted and non-vintage taillights had been installed, among other deterioration and expected wear and tear. Cumberland employees disassembled the vehicle and learned that they had a giant jigsaw puzzle on their hands. No manuals were readily available to demonstrate how this IH was supposed to fit together. An expert was enlisted to fabricate specialized pieces that are not built anymore. It’s safe to say that the project was larger than originally anticipated, but as of today, the vehicle is operational! All that is remains to be done are details, such as installing the vintage-era brake lights, finishing the interior elements, firewall mats, etc. This is a huge accomplishment, and one our team should be proud of!