1958 A120 4x4 flatbed

1958 International Harvester Other

Condition: Used
Make: International Harvester
Model: Other
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Trim: A120 flatbed
Year: 1958
Mileage: 999,999
VIN: SA51809
Color: Green
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual 4 spd
Drive type: 4WD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Description for International Harvester Other 1958

1958 International A120 4x4 2 ton flatbed. Floor-shift 4 speed granny gear 2 ton transmission with drive shaft emergency brake. Hi-Lo transfer case. Upgraded jack shaft, rive shaft, nd U-joints from 3/4 ton to 1 ton.6 cylinder engine rebuilt in 2002, ow mileage. Electric fuel pump. Upsized from 10" clutch to 12" clutch. New brakes, rums, nd master cylinder 2010. 4" lifter shackles on front. Flippedrearshackles for 4" lift, verload springs, oil spring shock absorber boosters. Custom white 16.5x10" steel wheels on original 6 bolts centers, ud and snow tires in great shape. 6'x8' flatbed with steel stake sides, eeds new wood deck. Wood loading ramp slides into frame under flatbed, t slides out and hooks into the holesfor the back stake sides.Ramp is heavy duty (and heavy!) but I can drive my motorcycle right up onto the flatbed. Custom steel front bumper/brush guard, xtended with room for winch (but didn't install one.) Seats are bucket seats out of a Volkswagen, here is a custom center storage console/seat, ut all need reupholstering. Roof-mounted spotlight works. All lights, rake, nd turn signals in working order. License registration and insurance are current.

The truck started out life as a pickup, have had it since 1972 whenI rebuilt the enginethe first time and gave it the metallic green paint job. Faded now, y how time flies. Got 30 years outwork out of it untilsecond engine rebuild in 2002. Theflatbedconversion was done in the late 70's. The bedis set up so it could be easily be made into a dump bed, ut I never got around to installing the hydraulics or hinges.I don't drive it that muchsince Ihave a big new Chevy diesel as my work truck now, hich is why I am selling theInternational. While it is mechanically sound, don't have the energy torestore the finishes again. I've made all the modifications and can answer any questions about its history. I am the second owner, he first owner in Albuquerque, M used it out at Sandia National Labs - it has the remnants of the original base sticker on the windshield, 1928.