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Factory Build Sheets, Linesetting Ticket or Linetickets are ordered from International Truck and Engine Corp. (Archives)
 
Due to Heavy Volume on order: Please allow for up to 8 or 10 weeks for delivery.
 
What is a Lineticket? When an IH Vehicle was ordered, a Factory build or construction sheet is created (when order is sent to the factory) with the new vehicles Vin or ID number, all the codes for standard equipment and options the salesman used to create this vehicle for his customer or inventory. This sheet is used to assemble the vehicle from beginning to finish. After the factory assembles the vehicle and the vehicle is shipped and sold, the Lineticket identifies such things as the engine type, transmission type, drive line, paint codes, gear ratio, and standard and optional equipment, specific to that vehicle. This was and still is a very valuable tool when ordering parts later at the dealership by the customer. A very small copy of the Lineticket was attached to each vehicle in different places during the building process at the factory. 1971 - '76 Scout II's had its copy of the Lineticket under the vehicles hood attached to the cowl cover panel. 1977- '80 Scout II's had its copies on the inside of the glove box door.  
Factory Build Sheets, Linesetting Ticket or Linetickets are ordered from International Truck and Engine Corp. (Archives)
 
Due to Heavy Volume on order: Please allow for up to 8 or 10 weeks for delivery.
 
What is a Lineticket? When an IH Vehicle was ordered, a Factory build or construction sheet is created (when order is sent to the factory) with the new vehicles Vin or ID number, all the codes for standard equipment and options the salesman used to create this vehicle for his customer or inventory. This sheet is used to assemble the vehicle from beginning to finish. After the factory assembles the vehicle and the vehicle is shipped and sold, the Lineticket identifies such things as the engine type, transmission type, drive line, paint codes, gear ratio, and standard and optional equipment, specific to that vehicle. This was and still is a very valuable tool when ordering parts later at the dealership by the customer. A very small copy of the Lineticket was attached to each vehicle in different places during the building process at the factory. 1971 - '76 Scout II's had its copy of the Lineticket under the vehicles hood attached to the cowl cover panel. 1977- '80 Scout II's had its copies on the inside of the glove box door.  
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