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1974 International Harvester D200 3/4 ton 2wd camper special pickup

1974 International D200 3/4 ton 2wd camper special AC auto

1974 International Harvester D200 3/4 ton 2wd camper special pickup.  This is a 8ft bed truck.  Deluxe molding, deluxe interior.   It has a 392 V8 engine, auto transmission, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, tilt wheel, cruse control , dana 60 rear axle with limited slip.   Very dry high desert truck.  It does not currently run, but is 100% complete and motor is free and full of fluids. Tailgate is sitting on for picture, we have all hardware to mount it and will before it leaves.  There is a bit of rust in the lower rear cab corners and some surface rock chip rust on the lower bed sides. otherwise very solid truck.

  • International Light Line pickup

    Sold as the 1000 through 1500 D-series, the Light Line pickup was originally offered with four of International Harvester's own V8s, with displacements of 266, 304, 345 or 392 cubic inches. AMC's 232 ci inline-six engine had also been available, since the 1968 C-Series. Several different wheelbases (115, 119, 131, 132, 149, 156, or 164 inches) were also offered. The 119 inch version (as used for the Travelall) was only available as a bare chassis. In addition to the regular cab pickup, station wagon "Travelall" bodywork was also available, as was a four-door panel van version of the wagon and a four-door pickup called the "Travelette" (only on the 149 or 164 inch wheelbase). The standard transmission was a three-speed manual with a column shift, but there were also four- and five-speed manuals and a three-speed automatics, with floor-mounted shifters optional. The automatic transmission was not available in heavier duty models such as the 1300D and the rare 1500D. Several models were also available as a cab on a bare frame for construction of stake-bed or other applications, some with an optional dual-wheel rear end, with available load ratings up to seven tons. These larger models were not popular, with most buyers opting instead for the

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