1967 International-Harvester Travelette 4x4

1967 International Harvester Other Travelette 4x4

Make: International Harvester
Model: Other
SubModel: International-Harvester Travelette 4x4
Type: Crew Cab Pickup
Trim: Travelette 4x4
Year: 1967
Mileage: 3,006
VIN: 713109H740965
Color: White over Red
Engine: 360 CID Turbodiesel
Cylinders: 6
Transmission: Five-speed Manual
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Red/White
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

Description for International Harvester Other 1967

1967 International Harvester Travelette 4×4 Cummins Powered Description

1967 International-Harvester Travelette 4×4

Factory full size four door “Crew Cab” vintage truck, these are not conversions Same Oklahoma owner for the past 8 years, 3 owner truck International 4×4 “All Wheel Drive” system with front locking hubs Next-to-last year for I-H C-series trucks Truck originally sold new privately in Wichita, Kansas New white over red exterior and red interior with white trim Professionally converted to Cummins 12-valve, 5.7L inline turbo diesel six-cylinder engine that was casted by International with 90K miles Rebuilt for the conversion Getrag five-speed manual transmission 2.5″ body lift with 10″ wide custom wheels from Wheelsmith with factory International hub caps 32 gallon rear bed diesel tank and the previous owner stated the truck gets around 21 mpg “Hydroboost” braking system with power front discs/rear drums Power steering, VDO gauges and retro stereo with iPhone/ipod connectivity Included with complete Air Conditioning but needs to be installed

Another amazing American Binder has arrived at MotoeXotica Classic Cars. We are pleased to present this reimagined 1967 Travelette 4×4 Crew Cab Pickup. Originally sold in Kansas to a private customer, this truck, made in International’s Chicago, Illinois factory, was originally a 4×2 model with a 345 CID V-8 and a four-speed manual transmission but now has been upgraded with genuine International 4×4 components and a Cummins 12 Valve Turbo Diesel matted with a rebuilt Getrag five speed transmission! The 1967 models were the next-to-last model year for the C-series trucks and in our opinion is the best looking body style for the Travelette pickup!

International was ahead of their time with the introduction of the crew cab pickup truck in the mid 1950’s with their 3 door pickup. In 1961 International came out with the first ever 4 door “Crew Cab” pickup available to the market and was decades ahead of the big three on producing a full production in house crew cab pickup. Unfortunately in the 1960’s crew cab trucks were hard to sell to the public and most were sold to the railroad companies and government contracts. Fast forward to todays market and four door pickup trucks are now the most popular! So todays buyer looking for a “crew cab” classic truck has very few options! Resulting in the demand and the short supply of these clean example trucks has created large value increases and very hot demand!

The former Oklahoma owner purchased the truck in 2010 from its long term second owner, the third owner began transforming it. First, he converted it to four-wheel drive with locking hubs using all correct International parts. Next, he professionally converted the power plant to a Cummins 12-valve, 5.7L inline turbodiesel six-cylinder engine that was casted by International with 90K miles during time of the swap. He converted the braking system to a “Hydroboost” with front disc brakes and installed a rebuilt Getrag five speed transmission. The previous owner stated that the truck achieves around 21 MPG on the highway with the Cummins conversion.

The former owner and a friend did all of the truck’s body work and paint, the white roof over the red body, which are in overall excellent condition. There are very minor blemishes visible at close range. The truck’s windows are clear and intact while its lights are in similar condition. The front windshield is original and it date coded 1966 but does have some scratches and pitting. The truck’s chrome bumpers look fantastic and the original tail lights and marker lights are in good condition.

The bodywork is straight and solid, the engine bay is tidy and the cargo bed looks great with the Cummins swap. In addition, the bed has its own liner along with a lockable storage/fuel tank at the forward end that holds 32 gallons of diesel, beneath the rear window. The truck rides on Falken Rocky Mountain tires, size LT315/75R16 at all four corners, mounted on 10″ wide Wheelsmith Custom wheels with correct International wheel covers. The truck has a 2.5″ body lift to stance the larger tires perfectly.

A 90K mile Cummins B-series, 12-valve, 360 CID inline six-cylinder turbodiesel replaced the original V-8 motor. One of the owner’s buddies fabricated a custom crossmember and mounts for the engine and transmission, which was swapped in a rebuilt Getrag five-speed manual transmission for the factory four-speed manual. International cast the engine’s block and head for Cummins. Driver convenience features include power steering and hydroboost power brakes. There is a complete air-conditioning system included with compressor and the very hard to find Cummins AC bracket and a genuine International under dash unit but the system is currently not installed.

The previous owner revamped the truck’s interior, installing a front seat from a 1969 International-Harvester with a back seat from a 2000 Dodge pickup. The seats, with their red cushions with white trim, look great and will haul six people in a pinch. The black carpet is in great shape while the headliner above is in great condition. A four-spoke Italian steering wheel is present, the red metal instrument panel features VDO gauges with a digital odometer. The dash and inner door panels are all in very good order. Completing the interior is a retro AM/FM radio with iPod/iphone connectivity.

The Travelette was available with two- or four-wheel drive. A three-door version was available starting in 1957 (based on the A-Series), and a four-door version was available starting in 1961. The 1961 Travelette was the first six-passenger, four-door truck of its time, and was based on the C-Series.

If you’re a truck fan, a Binder nut or someone who seeks a different form of classic transportation, with the ability to haul your family and tow, you should drop by MotoeXotica Classic Cars to looks this vintage factory “Crew Cab” truck over before someone else puts in in their garage.

Competition to this Travelette in 1967 included Chevrolet’s C-series pickup, Dodge’s D-series pickup, Ford’s F-series and GMC’s C-series trucks.

VIN: 713109H740965

This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 3,006 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt Oklahoma title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!

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