1973 International Travelall 1/2 ton, 4x4 auto
1973 International Travelall 1/2 ton, 4x4, 392, Auto, ps, pb, AC truck. Very clean, little to no rust high desert truck and very complete. Engine is bad, perfect for an LS Swap or diesel swap. Clean Title, can ship anywhere in the USA.
International Harvester Travelall
Through its production, the fourth-generation Travelall was equipped with four different engines (shared between the Scout and the Light Line trucks). An AMC-supplied 232 cubic-inch inline-6 as a standard engine for the 1000 from 1969 to 1971; as an option, International offered 304, 345, and 392 cubic-inch V8s. For 1973 and 1974, in response to a short supply of IHC V8 engines, the Travelall was offered with an optional AMC 401 cubic-inch V8 (named the V-400 by IHC). By 1975, following the adoption of net horsepower ratings, outputs were lowered to 141-172 hp. Engines were paired with either a manual or an automatic transmission.
In late 1971, International introduced a Bendix-developed anti-lock brake system, named Adaptive Braking System. One of the first vehicles offered with any form of anti-lock brakes, the expensive option was rarely selected by owners.