We sell International truck parts to help with your restoration projects.
With an expert staff who not only give you personable customer service, but truly have a passion for these old treasures, Old International Trucks is your one stop shop for your antique truck needs.
George is an International truck restorer and historian, with over 30 years experience as an International Truck Dealer. He’s very involved in the preservation of the trucking industry, and is an active member in IHCC (International Harvester Collectors Club) and ATHS (American Truck Historical Society).
With over 60 restored International trucks in his collection, many of which were restored by George personally, he has a vast knowledge of International history.
International has been a large part of the Kirkham family. George Kirkham Sr., George’s father, worked for International Harvester Truck Company for 40 Years, and George Kirkham Jr. has owned his dealership for over 30 Years. George’s passion has lead him to teaching others about the history of International, spreading the joy of his hobby and helping others with advice and information whenever possible.
Antique Restoration Parts Specialist – Errol Locke
Errol has 49 years of experience in the parts business, 40 with International trucks and 7 with Southland International.
He started his career in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan at the International dealer in 1965. In ‘68, he moved to the Dodge dealer and three years later he joined the Saskatchewan Department of Highways as a senior stores keeper.
In ‘77 he moved to Langley, B.C., where he served as parts manager until 1981, when he joined Foot Hills International as Parts Manager. In 2007 he relocated to Lethbridge, AB, joining Southland International Trucks as Parts Manager.
Errol’s knowledge of the older International Trucks has helped grow our antique truck parts business.
Shelby started assisting with restorations when she was just 9 years old, helping restore a 1959 International A-100 Golden Jubilee, 50-year Anniversary edition. At 15, with the help of her father George, they completed their fastest frame-off restoration to date – a 1960 B-100 International short box pickup. Just a couple months after her 16th birthday they completed the restoration.
Shelby started working for Old International Trucks in July 2011 as a parts technician. She now handles the digitizing of old advertisements, truck photos, and colour charts, along with managing the parts catalog and website.
As an active member of ATHS and IHCC, Shelby is helping preserve the history of The International Harvester Company along with the trucking industry.