Yes - I have the '36 International nose already. I found a complete body less frame. In retrospect, it would have been much better to have the frame since the frame establishes the position and shape of the all the body parts - fenders most importantly.
I've been busy (2 hours a week) working on the new chassis for the '36 International. It's going on an '88 Suburban (sweet old rigs and a dime a dozen). Turns out that the hump in the frame over the front axle is the exact same height as the high point over the rear axle - so that establishes my floor height. The axle is much further forward in old rigs than modern ones and after some consideration, I decided it was easier to move the engine back instead of moving the axle forward. The engine is now back 12-3/4" and it's time to establish wheelbase and floor structure.
Details on moving the engine. I built super structure to relocate the OEM crossmember and engine mounts back in the frame. I think the hotrodders usually weld mounts, but I kept with the OEM theory and bolted it all in. The plywood pic shows where the new floor will be.