1972 International Harvester 1210 3/4 ton 4wd stepside longbed
1972 International Harvester 1210 3/4 ton 4wd pickup truck., originally from the forest service, see decals. It was sold to the county of riverside california in the 90s, also see decals. It then was retired and sold in the early 2000's and has been here ever since. It has a 345 v8 engine, 4 speed transmission, dana 44 front axle and dana 60 rear axle. It is a very rare 8ft long bed with a step side, very hard to find. Does not currently run but we can do that for additional fees. Very dry truck, only rust we have found is alittle above the windshield. very easy repair.
International Light Line pickup
For 1971 the Light Line underwent a slight styling change, now with a plastic grille. The naming system also changed, with the "D" being dropped and with a "10" being added in the series number. Thus, the new trucks were labelled 1010 through 1510, depending on weight ratings. The engine range was the same as for the earlier pickups, although AMC's 258 six was added later in 1971. The smaller 232 was dropped for 1972, as was the 266 V8 which had still been available in early 1971. From that year on a metal grille with five horizontal bars and a slim central vertical opening was installed instead of the previous plastic unit. As IH's own engines were temporarily in short supply due to the success of the Loadstar medium-duty truck, some 1973 and 1974 pickup trucks received AMC's 401 ci V8 engine instead (called the V-400 on International's option list). The crew cab Travelette was only available on the 1210 series.