1973 IH International 1210 Camper Special 2wd auto ac
1973 1210 camper special 392, auto, ps, pb, ac truck , deluxe molding, deluxe interior, limited slip Dana 60 rear, sliding rear window, dang near every option in 1973, 2wd. Turn key driver , we did new brakes , new fuel system including pump, rebuilt carb, plugs, battery , fluids filters and all. Been in a barn since 1987, Tires are in great shape, @retroridesofbend just wetsanded, cut, polished and buffed entire paint job. This truck we call "Goldie" is amazing and is ready for it's forever home , clean title in hand
1973 IH International 1210
Beginning in 1971, IH offered a few limited edition pickups for specific regions. For the sales districts in the Southeastern U.S. was the “Johnny Reb”, festooned in orange and gray. Up north, the “SnoStar” was the industry’s first factory-optional snow plow package.
A novel concept was introduced in 1973 called the Wagonmaster. It was essentially a crew cab pickup version of the Travelall wagon with a minimalist unitized cargo box. Although targeted at the early fifth wheel camper market, it actually foreshadowed vehicles like the Chevrolet Avalanche and Honda Ridgeline by three decades
While IH may have had some forward thinking trucks, sales declined despite overall growth in the truck market from the 1960s on. While the OPEC oil embargo of 1973 contributed, it was mostly due to multiple internal corporate problems that would eventually see the company reorganized in the mid-1980s. As a result, the Light Line trucks were discontinued in 1975.