Condition: Used
Make: International Harvester
Model: Other
SubModel: travelall B100
Trim: other
Year: 1959
Mileage: 95,286
VIN: B100SB12239
Color: blue
Transmission: 3 on tree
Drive type: rwd
Interior color: grey
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Eureka, Montana, United States

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Description of 1959 International Harvester Other travelall B100

This is a somewhat rare international that is a 2wd, ith three seats. Most of these travelall's I've seen are 4x4's and only have two seats. Most travelalls that originally had three seats, he owners usually took the third out and lost them. This travelall is a project, ut has little rust and is mostly complete. The original engine and transmission are gone though. This is a great candidate for a chevrolet engine/transmission. Or put it back to original, uramax, 2v cummins, r? Original international engines/transmissions are easy to find and cheap. Here are the details on this IHC. It does have a clear title also. Thanks and happy bidding. Feel free to contact me with questions or if you want to do something early on it. I have many more pics in a link I can send also.
This travelall needs full restoration but the body is mostly complete and has little rust. The rust is: on rockers a little in front of the rear wheels and behind the rear wheels. The steps/jams are fine. Frame, loors, loor supports, oof, oors, ood, enders,etc. etc. have no rust. The tailgate jam and tailgate looks rust free from all that I can see. The door does not open. It is locked and I don't have the key. I shined a flashlight into the lower jam area and also crawled under to look and it looks fine. I have many more pics of the travelall, ncluding undercarriage pics of the floors and everything. The other doors and the hood open/close as they should. The travelall has some dents that will need fixed. The usual thing. Most are accessible from inside and should push out easily for the most part. No bondo and no sign of any paint work ever. Some glass will need replaced. The windows roll up/down as they should, ut tracks need lubed. Overall, he body is solid and a good one to start with for a restoration project. A person could put some rims on it, ush a couple dents out, nd drive as-is. It has nice patina and would be a cool rat cornbinder.
I'm not sure but I believe this travelall originally had a six cylinder most likely. The engine and transmission are gone. It had the three-speed manual on the column. Driveline and some miscellaneous parts are included. There is lots of room in the engine bay for any engine/transmission combo you would want. An LS chevy small block would be great in this. The travelall steers and rolls. I did not try the brakes.
The interior is original and complete. This is a 3-seat vehicle. The second seat is a walk-by seat, o you can get to the third. The dash and everything is in good original condition. Seats need re-done but you could just cover them for a rat ride. Headliner is in ok shape. Floormat is usable.
This is a neat old travelall and a good one to start with for a restoration. I've included more pics of nice travelalls so you can see the potential. Thanks, nd please read payment instructions.
On Aug-01-15 at 11:50:58 PDT, eller added the following information:

The travelall is located in Conrad Montana.