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International 4300

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4300
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A truck produced by International.


Photographs

International 4300 - Antioch Automotive Tow Truck Antioch Automotive Tow Truck
Photo ©2012 Bill Crittenden
2012 Nostalgia Auto Show
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International 4300 - Penske Truck Rental Penske Truck Rental
Photo ©2011 Bill Crittenden
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International 4300 - Penske Truck Rental Penske Truck Rental
Photo ©2011 Bill Crittenden
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NSSL Chase Vehicle NO-XP sets up at Fairbury Municipal Airport
Image ID: nssl0263, NOAA's National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) Collection
Location: Nebraska, Fairbury
Photographer: Susan Cobb, NOAA/OAR/NSSL
Photo Date: 2009 June 1
Credit: VORTEX II
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NSSL Chase Vehicle NOAA/NSSL X-Pol Mobile radar uses a 3cm wavelength to detect smaller particles including cloud droplets. This radar can distinguish tornado debris clouds from precipitation.
Image ID: nssl0264, NOAA's National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) Collection
Location: Nebraska, Fairbury
Photographer: Susan Cobb, NOAA/OAR/NSSL
Photo Date: 2009 June 1
Credit: VORTEX II
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NSSL Chase Vehicle NSSL's Ted Mansell pulls out plates to help stabilize the NOAA X-Pol mobile radar.
Image ID: nssl0266, NOAA's National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) Collection
Location: Nebraska, Omaha
Photographer: Susan Cobb, NOAA/OAR/NSSL
Photo Date: 2009 June 1
Credit: VORTEX II
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NSSL Chase Vehicle NOAA/NSSL X-Pol Mobile radar uses a 3cm wavelength to detect smaller particles including cloud droplets. This radar can distinguish tornado debris clouds from precipitation.
Image ID: nssl0269, NOAA's National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) Collection
Location: Nebraska, Omaha
Photographer: Susan Cobb, NOAA/OAR/NSSL
Photo Date: 2009 May 31
Credit: VORTEX II
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NSSL Chase Vehicle NOAA/NSSL X-Pol Mobile radar ready for operation.
Image ID: nssl0270, NOAA's National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) Collection
Location: Nebraska, Omaha
Photographer: Susan Cobb, NOAA/OAR/NSSL
Photo Date: 2009 May 31
Credit: VORTEX II
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NSSL Chase Vehicle NOAA/NSSL X-Pol Mobile radar after the storm has passed over
Image ID: nssl0270, NOAA's National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) Collection
Location: Nebraska, Omaha
Photographer: Susan Cobb, NOAA/OAR/NSSL
Photo Date: 2009 May 31
Credit: VORTEX II
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NSSL Chase Vehicle NSSL retired scientist Don Burgess pioneered the concept of "nowcasting" by using radar to direct an NSSL research team during a tornado intercept and lead the discovery of the "tornado vortex signature" seen in radar displays. Burgess leads the NO-XP mobile radar team.
Image ID: nssl0272, NOAA's National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) Collection
Location: Nebraska, Fairbury
Photographer: Susan Cobb, NOAA/OAR/NSSL
Photo Date: 2009 May 31
Credit: VORTEX II
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NSSL Chase Vehicle NO-XP radar scanning before the storm during VORTEX2 operations.
Image ID: nssl0313, NOAA's National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) Collection
Location: Nebraska, Omaha
Photographer: Susan Cobb
Photo Date: 2009 May 31
Credit: VORTEX II
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Documents

DateDocument Name & DetailsDocuments
March 2007Safety Compliance Testing for FMVSS 121: Air Brake Systems
Vehicle: MY 2006 Morgan GVFD10324102 4x2, 24-ft. Van Body Truck (International 4300 Cab & Chassis)
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

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Recalls

Model YearsIssuing AgencyRecall #Reason
2006 2010 2012NHTSA12V452000EQUIPMENT:ELECTRICAL (Geo. Heiser Body Company-installed Sure Power battery separator devices)




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