This rugged pickup is in Kingman, Arizona. I tried getting some good photos of the 4x4 parts underneath. A modified version of this truck range was also built in Australia until 1979, where it was marketed both as an International and as a. Plus, that classic-style signage on the bed sides really drives home the cool vintage working charm. That truck, brand new, was already a clunk. So it's truly a special treat to find a classic 4x4 from 1957 in up-rated half-ton S-120 form that has also been given the right care and investment to keep it quite vintage. I am not a knowledgeable enough to know if this is all factory or not but it sure appears that way to me.
There are small dents in the grill. This is believed to be the original motor, and with its proper presentation right down to the decal on the air topper it's hard not to believe it's anything but original. The sheet metal is solid. Just imagine driving along very slowly in a vehicle you loathe, and coming across a vehicle you love sitting forlornly on the street. They are scary above 40 mph, because to get going much faster than that, you have to be getting dragged.
Unlike the A-series Custom box, the Bonus Load was available across the entire range, in long and short wheelbases, along with the Travelettes. I found it here in Nebraska and was going to restore it some day but decided to part with it. We are not the typical dealer and pride ourselves on being innovative and on the cutting edge of technology when it comes to marketing our stores and vehicles. Thirty-six photographs, photo renderings and drawings show exterior, interior, engine, chassis, mechanical parts, features and ways in which International K-5 Cab-Over-Engine models can be used. So if you like to stand above the rest figuratively and literally don't miss this classic pickup.
Exterior was used only sparsely, on the identifying logos and on the door handles, but the design did not need chrome to look good. This is an age-old method for cracking loose huge slabs of Indiana limestone, and it works just as well or better on cast iron. Models A-100, A-110, and A-120 all came with 113 to 154 hp 84 to 115 kW six-cylinder engines, with four-wheel drive optional on the A-120. Apparently the fates had willed that I should never drive her again. Access to the rear seats in these two-door Travelalls was gained by flipping up the passenger side of the front seat. The fold down gate had a window which wound down electrically.
Please call 406 318-0270 for details about this restorable classic project truck. He said it had always been that way. I am not a knowledgeable enough to know if this is all factory or not but it sure appears that way to me. This cool oddity starts great and goes down the road as you would imagine for a 71 year old utility vehicle. Great in the pastures, not so much on the road and scary at speeds above 40 mph.
Blue, white and black cover, with yellow and black lettering, frames photograph showing three-quarter frontal view of International D-50 Heavy-Duty Truck with cab-over body. Also new with the B-series was a new styled all-steel pickup box, the Bonus Load. However, only a few units were ever built by Hendrickson. The Super Blue Diamond 269 cid had a new with improved valve ports and coolant passages, altered ignition timing for the new 6. Sometime throughout the years the rear bumper disappeared and that is the one thing the owner was unable to locate. The steel wheels are painted black. Plus, that classic-style signage on the bed sides really drives home the cool vintage working charm.
That's exactly what you want in these higher-series half-ton models. Take a look at my feedback, I am upfront and list everything I know about something if possible. Nothing like body and paint work done in the driveway. Metal door panels, vent windows, and the springy bench seat make this almost feel like a time machine instantly transporting you to when this was a workhorse. That's exactly what you want in these higher-series half-ton models. The stylish new front end, deleted running boards, and panoramic windshield brought the design more up to date for the later half of the fifties on this, the first all-new design to appear since Ted Ornas was put in charge of design in 1953. Over the next few days I sank into a deep depression.
I informed him that today was his lucky day. The exceptionally honest presentation continues in the engine bay. The old-school attitude continues inside. Sometime throughout the years the rear bumper disappeared and that is the one thing the owner was unable to locate. Due to the expense of the novel system, it was a rarely selected option.
In the films and Max Goldman drives a 1974 Travelall. Gold, black and white cover, with black and white lettering and green and white International logo. There were very few color options for these trucks, in fact this truck started life as pink. The heavy duty models R-185 and higher were changed only slightly in appearance, in that four of the seven vertical bars in the upper grille were removed. The International R series was a manufactured by. If you're outside of the United States, fear not. While this bold red motor looks like a time capsule, it fires up with the kind of ease that signals someone has invested nicely in this one.