1975 International Harvester D200 3/4 ton Service truck
1975 International Harvester Travelette D200 3/4 ton 2wd camper special pickup. This is a 8ft bed truck. We do not have a bed for it. It has a 392 V8 engine, 4 speed transmission, power steering, power brakes , dana 60 rear axle with limited slip. Very dry high desert truck. This truck runs and drives very good. This would be a great truck to put a flat bed on and possibly make 4wd. we can discuss options with you.
Pickup (and Travelall) production ended on 28 April 1975, with only about 6,000 made. The last one built was an all-wheel drive IH 200HD cab and chassis, built in IHC's Springfield factory. The Light Line was unable to compete with the Big Three in the light truck market; IHC's market share in this segment had never been higher than 9.5% and had dropped to 4.1% by 1969. Corporate infighting and the 1973-1974 oil crisis served to further undermine International's market, meaning that the Light Line had to be discontinued in spite of the marketing efforts of recently added executive Keith Mazurek (previously of Chrysler Canada).The oil crisis particularly affected International's working trucks, which were the heaviest and least fuel efficient in the market. Another issue of concern was the truck-centered nature of International's dealers, while most competing light trucks were beginning to be sold to suburban buyers in more alluring and better located auto show rooms. International Harvester instead chose to focus on heavier trucks and the popular Scout, which continued to be built until 1980.