1972 International Harvester, Travelall 1110 4x4

Condition: Used
Make: International Harvester
Model: Other
SubModel: 1110
Type: Wagon
Year: 1972
Mileage: 131,000
VIN: B47107H218340
Color: Yellow
Engine: 392
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: AWD
Interior color: Brown
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Escondido, California, United States

Listed by
Private seller

Description of 1972 International Harvester Other

Extremely untouched and original So. California IH Travelall w/ 131m miles
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-392 4bbl. (Factory Holley)
-Dual Exhaust
-Automatic transmission (shifts and solid and smooth)
-Power steering
-Power brakes
-Factory dual fuel tanks (Front right and left rear)
-Factory AC (all complete including belt but needs to be charged)
-Windows (factory tinted and in excellent condition. Glass is crystal clear and all manual windows work)
-Rear electric window works with key (switch on the dash only clicks)
-Front and rear seats (not sure what happened dog, federal agents or what (you can make your own story) but the rear seat has a chunk of foam and upholsterymissing (see picture). Other than that, the front and rear seats are in excellent condition with the original cloth and vinyl.
-Front and rear bumpers (originalchrome, straight and rust free)
-IH small hub Caps
-Floor mats (all original IH and in great condition)
-Headliner and visors are original (no holes or cracks)
-Dash (amazingly perfect conditionwith no cracks; it is missing the filler panel under the steering column though)
-90% Original Paint, still looks and shines good (with touch ups on passenger side) (paint is thin on the top as you can see in the picture)
-New Hancook 235/75/15's
-Stock 15" steel wheels
-Factory lock-out hubs
-Grill (straight and not pitted bad at all)
-Lights,blinkers,horn and radio all work fine (heater fan switch is currently not working)________________________________________________________________
A welded on Class III receiver trailer hitch was installed as well as a trans cooling system so guessing it was used to tow something pretty serious at some point.
Originalsmall mirrorsare gone and someone has added larger low-mount mirrors.
Non-factory AM/FM Cassette with Pioneer speakers in the front doors
Frame, floor pans, doors, and front fenders are very rust free.
Solid body throughout but has some rust around the rear wheel wells and on the corners of the windshield.
Doesn't appear that the engine has ever been apart. The valve cover gaskets need to be replaced.
Sold new at the last Scout/Travelall dealer in America. (Bisio Motors) in Portland, OR. Second owner bought it over 25 years ago and it's been in the Pasadena, CA area ever since.
Clean CA title in my name. Currently registered to September 2017.
If you or someone you trust would like to take a look at it, that's not a problem.
Fly in and drive it home like you own the road. (We are 30 miles north-east of San Diego, CA)
*Reserve the right to sell vehicle locally.