1973 IH International 1/2 ton 4wd Travelall auto AC
1973 IH 1/2 ton 4wd travelall auto, 392, ps,pb, ac truck 28,000 miles. Builder
International Harvester Travelall
Prior to 1953, International Harvester did not produce a station wagon as part of its model range. Though traditionally derived from passenger cars, wood-bodied station wagons using International truck chassis were constructed on a third-party basis (called station wagons). Moving away from woodies, following World War II, K-series panel vans served as the basis for airport people movers, adding windows and rear seats.
Following its introduction for the R/S light trucks, the Travelall would follow the development of the International pickup truck model line. In 1958, a third door was added, nine years before the Suburban; the fourth door came in 1961 (12 years before GM). The Travelette was a four-door crew-cab pickup, sharing its bodywork with the Travelall wagon.