I drove it the other day to move it from storage and I noticed one of the brakes was not catching whenI stepped on the pedal, most likely rust or stuck form being parked over the years just need a little tlc with a hammer and lube. Production ended without replacement in late April 1975, as a hard-pressed International chose to focus on the and on heavier machinery. Bed is solid with minor surface rust see photos. Several models were also available as a cab on a bare frame for construction of stake-bed or other applications, some with an optional dual-wheel rear end, with available load ratings up to seven tons. My grandfathers old truck had 470,000 miles on the orignal engine when my ex wife let it run low on oil and spun a bearing…. My son-in-law Alex who accompanies me on a lot of my vehicular adventures keeps telling me that he and his wife need a beater pickup. From the earliest days of motoring, and particularly using a motor to haul gear, International Harvester has been a player.
Rimbey, Alberta, Canada: Pas-ka-poo Historical Park. Please pay via cashier check, I will mail title once check has cleared. This is a great year, probably a 304 E engine but could be a 266 or 345 as well. Otherwise the body is very straight and solid. There are a few small dents in the body.
Please call 406 318-0270 for details about this restorable classic project truck. Description for International Harvester Other 1967 I am selling my 1967 International pickup truck, the truck has been a project of mine on and off over the years. I have included in the sale all parts needed to convert the front drum brakes to disc. This truck sure has character! There is an extra four speed transmission in the bed of the truck. The truck is one of the first toy vehicles I ever bought, and I think if I kept it I would never finish working on it and never enjoy driving i, hopefully someone can take the project, finish it up and enjoy cruising the truck! Buyer should personally inspect the vehicle and satisfy himself as to its mechanical and cosmetic fitness.
The fuel tank has been replaced with an aluminum tank, it is too small, so I planned on replacing it with a larger tank some time. The line setting ticket is usually stuck to the back of the glove box. The hydraulic clutch works great. The automatic transmission was not available in heavier duty models such as the 1300D and the rare 1500D. The undercarriage is in good, lean shape. International Harvester instead chose to focus on heavier trucks and the popular Scout, which continued to be built until 1980.
The two wheel drive chassis received a revised double wishbone independent front suspension and disc brakes replacing the previous torsion bar front end. The wheels are alloy and tires have plenty of tread they have been sitting for a while though so a little bouncy until flat spots smooth out. Buyer is responsible for shipping, but I will assist in any way that I can. The frame and cab floors seem solid. The name started out as a simple continuation of the previous A-, B-, and C-series trucks. International models also had industrial and orchard options. I have about whatever spare parts you might need here in Idaho.
Makes me want to break out in song! This is a 48 year old truck that has never been restored. I swapped the 3 speed from the 1310 with the 5 speed from the 1100A so after 40 years I still have the same transmission. But they do have lots of torque and longevity. I have included in the sale all parts needed to convert the front drum brakes to disc. Truck still has a nice shine to it.
May not be driveable or running, but is not weathered, wrecked or stripped to a parts vehicle status. The original bench seat was upholstered in green fabric, which works nicely with the off-white paint to give it a sunny disposition without being anything other than masculine. Just not the best heavy-duty motor. I get it…ok…stop throwing the fruit and veggies! A full array of instruments look like vintage Stewart-Warner pieces with shiny metallic faces and pointers that are only a little faded, and they all work correctly. Even with the equalizer hitch it was hard to pull that trailer. Both Farmall and International models had hi-crop or high-clear versions. However, it has been very reliable, as long as I properly use the manual choke a lost art today and accelerator.
From that year on a metal grille with five horizontal bars and a slim central vertical opening was installed instead of the previous plastic unit. Note the unique hydraulic clutch setup on the firewall, as well as a siren on the inner fender, perhaps from a previous life where it was part of a volunteer fire department. These packages included special interiors with swivel bucket seats, special seats in the back, a 3rd seat as an option in the Traveler, Special consoles or ice chests, sunroofs, etc. I will list all information I have about the truck: The body is in great shape. Wagon 30,000 19,600 9000 5400 2700 1500 1912 Panel Express 30,700 19,100 9350 5600 2800 1600 1912 Aw Panel Exp. The engine has been rebuilt and runs beautiful, it starts right up every time, There are maybe 500 - 700 miles on the rebuild. After I closed the tire shop the 71 1310 was parked in the back yard.
I think it would be great if someone could restore this or it has the unique look that would make a great rat rod. Inspections are welcome, ust give me a call or email! There is something about a half-ton bed out back that just feels right, and I have always believed that a kid should have a right to ride in the back of a pickup - as mine did although it's now illegal. I need the hood and front axle and after I was done with it I sold it, with the single wheels on it. Later cab versions were isomounted to reduce noise. The 119 inch version as used for the Travelall was only available as a bare chassis. It has had a repaint at some point.
It will have a safe inside the frame fuel tank, my 304 V8 3. Hydro option on some models. Vintage Motor Cars uses reasonable efforts to ensure that the information presented here and in our advertising is as accurate as possible. The truck has an open Virginia title. They leak down over time,,,,,,not to worry, let them warm up a bit and they are just fine.