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1967 International Harvester 1200 3/4 ton 4wd pickup

1967 International Harvester C1200 3/4 ton 4wd Alaskan Camper

1967 International Harvester 1200 3/4 ton 4wd pickup.  This is a ONE OWNER TRUCK.  We have all documentation from day one.  This belonged to a gentleman who was a engineer for boeing.  This was his bug-out stress reliever truck.  When work got to be too much he would head for the mountains for a few days to de-stress.  The 1967 Alaskan camper has been on it since day one as well.  He has outfitted it with all the essentials for overlanding and camping. This truck features a 392 v8 engine with a very RARE T-34 overdrive 5 speed transmission.   He made his own set of 16" steel one piece wheels, never seen another set like them.  It has goodyear 10 ply truck tires.  Engine runs very well, transmission shifts smoothly. This truck will cruise down the road at 65 mph.  This truck is not perfect but it is all original and the modifications were all done by him.  We believe it needs to be preserved not restored.  If you want the ultimate vintage overland setup, give us a call!

  • International Light Line pickup

    The International Light Line pickups (also called the International D-Series (1000–1500)) replaced the C-Series[1] as International's Light Line range of pickup trucks in early 1969, for a shortened model year. The name started out as a simple continuation of the previous A-, B-, and C-series trucks. It was largely a rebodied version of its predecessors, with a square-rigged look very similar to the period Scout utility vehicle. The Travelall underwent parallel changes to the Light Line trucks. The light line of trucks was marked by a larger range of transmission and wheelbase options than any of its competitors, and in general the lineup aimed to maximize adaptability. The Light Line was also available as a bare chassis, for special purpose applications. Production ended without replacement in late April 1975, as a hard-pressed International chose to focus on the Scout and on heavier machinery.

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