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.
1974 International PickUp Truck GrnWht Eustis042713
International was a BIG truck producer. They tried their hand at producing
small trucks like this pickup, and the Scout, a nice little 4x4 vehicle.
Evidently the competition was to great, the profit too small, and these
vehicles disappeared. Instead, International concentrated on diesel
engines and its heavy duty trucks..and became Navistar.
1968 International Travelall 1000 IH IHC Beautiful Classic FOR SALE!!
This is a Great truck and is in Grade A shape. It was Repainted in and out
and look great the Carpet and seats were redone it has a triple seat with
fold down center consule and storage underneath this Truck/SUV is clean and
will wipe the smile right off of a Suburban owners face in a instant......
;-p Make sure and check out all my other videos i Always get lots of Unique
classics and EURO cars and sell these Investment grade cars Cheap so i can
enjoy driving other cars
1971 International Pickup Restoration- Reveal Day
This is a video of the big restoration "Reveal Day" of my 1971 1210
International 3/4 Ton Pickup that my father bought brand-new in 1971. This
was the first time he saw the truck since we dug it out of his backyard in
2009, and the first time it ran in about 20 years. For those that are
curious, that is the original color paint we matched. IH called it "Aegean
Blue." I did a complete frame-off restoration, pretty much replacing
everything. It even smells new...my father makes that comment when he's
looking in the engine bay. I hope all you IH diehards out there enjoy the
video. All music rights belong to the artist (Adam Franklin, off the CD
called "Bolts of Melody"), a wonderful album that should be in everyone's
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!
1973 international 1310
This is a 1973 international 1310 2wd 1 ton truck i picked up the 17th of
December. 392ci v8, T-34 5 speed overdrive transmission, RA-15 rear end.
34,438 original miles (!) Gets about 9 mpg. It has a straight axle front
(not IFS like most trucks). Leaf sprung at all 4 corners. I have the
original build order for this truck too if anyone has any questions i will
be more than happy to answer them for you.