1973 International Harvester 1210 3/4 ton 4x4
1973 International Harvester 1210 3/4 ton 4wd pickup truck. 8 foot long bed, 392 v8 engine, T-19 - 4 speed transmission, power steering, power brakes, camper special, deluxe molding, deluxe interior, two tone paint, limited slip rear axle, manual locking front hubs, sliding rear window, gun rack, New 235-85-16 cooper discovery all terrain tires and period correct seat cover. This is a two owner, original paint, original interior, high desert nearly rust free 4wd pickup truck. Runs and drives great.
International Light Line pickup
After a decade of a design that was becoming quite dated, International’s new Light Line for 1969 was styled competitively with the Big Three from Detroit. Penned by IH Chief of Design Ted Ornas, it was influenced by his first generation Scout. Subsequently, the new Scout II in 1971 was even closer aligned to the Light Line styling. Featuring a clean shape with minimal body character lines, it still looked fresh decades later.
A full line of step side and restyled Bonus Load pickup boxes were available in multiple wheel bases, with single and crew cabs and in two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive form. Engines ranged from an AMC-sourced inline-six to IH’s rugged 304, 345, and 392 cubic inch V-8s until the latter was replaced by AMC’s 401 cubic inch V-8 in 1974. Manual transmissions ranged from a column shift three-speed to the choice of under or overdrive five-speeds, along with Chrysler three-speed automatics. Three levels of trim were offered during this era: Standard, Deluxe, and Custom. The Custom was the range-topping trim, and featured simulated woodgrain body side trim and a plush, car-like interior.