1971 International Harvester Pickup for sale 101020829
1971 International Harvester Pickup
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1971 International Harvester Pickup


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Price slashed to $9,500 on this RARE excellent condition, rust-free and nearly all original California truck. This truck was owned by a woman (wife of a mechanic; 1st owner was her father) in Placerville, CA for most of its life, with a camper mounted on it. The excellent paint is original except for some of the front end after she bumped into a wall. The interior is in great original condition, marred only by a small tear on the driver side. Equipped with air conditioning, it is currently disconnected. The truck was purchased by the womans friend in 2012: a contractor/mechanic/1960s-70s drag racer, who added a high-quality lumber rack (still in like-new condition). All owners garaged the truck. This IH truck starts up instantly and is powered by a powerful, torquey 392 cu in V8 with an Edlebrock 4-barrel carburetor; its backed by a 3-speed Borg Warner automatic transmission. The exhaust sounds awesome - certainly not bone stock. This Camper Special features dual 16-gallon fuel tanks and heavy duty trailering equipment (including electronic trailer brake controller). After a decade of a design that was becoming quite dated, International s new Light Line for 1969 was styled competitively with the Big Three from Detroit. Penned by IH Chief of Design Ted Ornas, it was influenced by his first-generation Scout. Subsequently, the new Scout II in 1971 was even closer aligned to the Light Line Truck styling. Featuring a clean shape with minimal body character lines, it still looked fresh decades later. International: Anything less is just a car. Thats what International wanted us to believe when they were still building Scouts, Travelalls, and pickups. International Harvester products had a kind of down-to-earth design, probably due to their farm-implement heritage. In fact, almost every IH vehicle was referred to as a cornbinder. Perfect examples of the same vintage and model IH pickups have in recent years sold in the mid- to high-$20k range; in above average to excellent condition they sell in the high-teens. We offer this collectible, usable, very original, and unmolested workhorse for $9,500. Engine: 392 cu in (6.4 L) SV-392 Comanche V8, 191 hp (with stock 2-barrel; now Edlebrock 4-barrel)Transmission: 3-speed Borg Warner automaticDrive: 2-wheelColors: Omaha Orange High Luster Acrylic with Maroon cloth/vinyl seat Odometer: 89,950 miles (cannot confirm original, but trucks with campers arent usually daily drivers)VIN: 113208H160002 Visit My Car Guy online at www.mycarguy-sf.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at (209) 962-1144 today to schedule your test drive.

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    89,950 miles
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