1971 Pontiac LeMans Station Wagon
71 Pontiac LeMans station wagon - 1 of 6311 produced in 1971. Only 85,406
actual miles! New paint job o.e. color - Sandalwood with GT-37 / GTO Judge
stripes, 400, 2bbl engine, 400 turbo
auto trans, dual Flowmaster Exhaust
system, power steering, power front disc brakes, ARA add-on air
conditioning, power rear window, new dash cap. Great daily driver!!! Runs
and drives great! Very tight. Owned for 13 years, Arizona car, have
original wheels with hubcaps, have PHS documentation. Needs headliner and
minor interior work.
Paquette's Farmall Museum II
My Dec 2013 visit to Stew Paquette's Farmall Tractor Museum in Leesburg FL.
A new building, the IH Hall of Fame, is up since my last visit in Dec
2010. Stew has found lots of new trucks and tractors. Excuse all of the
mis-speaks, sometimes my brain and mouth aren't in sinc!!
1973 International 1210 pickup for sale in Glendora, CA.
Same family owner since 1974. The current owner's father bought it from
the original owner in '74, apparently from his neighbor. It has the 392
4bbl V-8 with factory a/c! I am not sure if the Holly single-feed/dual
metering block carburetor is the factory original, but it is assumed to be,
unless someone can tell me different This is the camper special with the
factory dual tanks, and an all-original smooth cloth interior. The engine
will turn freely manually by turning the crank bolt with a socket with not
too much effort, but when attempting to start the engine, the starter
definitely engages, but barely turns the engine, but does so a little.
Perhaps there is something partially-siezed at the rear crank with the
flywheel, or maybe the starter is getting ready to go. More specifically,
it could very well be that the starter soienoid itself is sticking, and
unfortunately, for the older International V-8's, I don't believe that you
can buy just a replacement solenoid, so you have to get the whole starter.
A nice, not too badly-worn, all original International pickup with a nice
patina to it. Is this a great truck to take up to the mountains and camp
in it or what? I would, however, definitely update the truck with a brand
new, modern bed top or camper top of some sort. I stayed too late one
night trying to get this old gem of a truck running, and I started to hear
a bunch of cyotes howling in the distance in the foothills of the San
Gabriels and had to get out of there. Creepy to be working on this truck
at night with all the cyotes howling and echoing and all, along with the
subtle, dry wind, but it was still sort of fun. I do this kind of crazy
stuff with cars all the time!
1972 International Truck
1110 longwheel base 4x4 truck traded it for a 1981 chevy silverado that I
still have we were testing out the 4wd to see if it worked and tore up the
yard in the progress atleast its still in the family my uncle now has it
and has it in the shop getting worked on. It has a 392 Big Block and was
bout here locally from an international dealer here in Booneville,Ms.
International R-120 Pickup Ride-Along
A short ride along in my '53 IH R-120 pickup. I removed the original siezed
SD-220 engine and installed a Black-Diamond 264 engine last year. The truck
still has the 3 speed on-the-column shift, but no brakes yet..haha. Well,
the Emergency brake works well. As you can hear, it doesn't have an Exhaust system yet..haha.
1967 International Harvester 1100 B
Been working on my 1967 International Harvester 1100 B pickup truck, truck
has 69k original miles on the original BG 241 6 cylinder. Heres just a
quick start up and walk around. Still have some more rust to cut out and
replace, but not bad overall.
1971 International Travelall 1010 Clean & Rebuilt Driveline & More Surf Wagon
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Front end Rear end tranny was done 4 years or so ago and is a Clean Truck
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1953 was a new model designation year for International with the
introduction of the R line of trucks. International began using the
Travelall name in 1953. The 115-inch-wheelbase R-Series panel truck was
equipped with side windows and seats to make the Travelall. A new tailgate
and liftgate design was available on the Travelall; however, side by side
rear cargo or 'ambulance' doors were also still available. Two or three
rows of seats were available. A Travelall name badge was mounted on the
front cowl directly below the International name badge. A few L-Series
trucks were also produced with windows and seats in 1952, but whether the
Travelall name was used that year is unknown. Prior to 1952, International
station wagon type vehicles were mainly woodies, having wooden bodies
produced by outside companies. A few K-Series panels in the latter 1940s
were built with windows and seats and used by airlines to move people at
airports. The Travelall name continued to be used for station wagon
versions of the succeeding S-line, A-line, and B-line pickup trucks.
1970's Travelall badge
The 1953 through 1957 Travelalls had two passenger doors. Access to the
rear seats was gained by flipping up the passenger side of the front seat.
From 1956 to 1960, the Travelall had three passenger doors, the third door
being located on the curb side of the body. From 1961 to 1975, all
Travelalls had four passenger doors; by contrast, the Chevy Suburban was
not available with four doors until 1973.
Travelalls were also produced with raised roofs and extended wheelbases for
applications such as school buses, ambulances and airport limos. Many of
these modifications were performed by the Springfield Equipment Company and
were marketed by International.
Four-wheel drive was available as an option on Travelalls beginning in
1956. Engines were International manufactured inline six-cylinders or V8s.
From the 220 or 240 'Silver Diamond' six-cylinder of the 1950s to the 392
V8 of the 1970s. Transmissions available included automatics, 3-, 4- and
5-speed manual transmissions. The 5-speed was optional from about 1966
until 1973 and could have either a direct or overdrive 5th gear. A Bendix
anti-lock brake system was available on later Travelalls, but was a rarely
The Travelall was last redesigned in 1969 with a more modern look which
echoed that of the smaller Scout, but sales declined nonetheless and
production of passenger pickups and Travelalls ended entirely in May, 1975;
production of the Scout continued until 1980. The company exists today as
Navistar International, and continues to make medium and large trucks. A
twin barrel version of the AMC 401 V8 was used in 1974 when International's
own 392 was in short supply.