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International Harvester : Other 1982 international s 1900 rv car hauler

$12,000

Emmett, Kansas

Year 1982

Make International Harvester

Model -

Category -

Mileage 82000

Posted Over 1 Month

1982 international box truck converted into a Rv / car hauler . The engine is a dt466 with a splicer transmission, 80,000 miles on the engine, engines are rated for 500,000 miles, it has a splitter rearend 5 gears high, 5 gears low. This truck has current tags and registered with California plates. Rust free truck . I recently moved to Kansas and drove this truck from California . Towing 2 cars and fully weighed down . 10mpg The living quarters has an area for a queen size bed, a couch, a table, roof mounted a/c plenty of storage space cabinets. The generator is big 6.5 hp it has its own separate fuel tank .The car hauler is enclosed in the the rear of the truck, measurements 7'5" wide 7' tall 16'6" long, the back door opens into a ramp, built in with a 6000 lb wench, 6 tie down anchors . Call me for any questions (951) 642-6586 Chris

International Harvester : Other 1947 international kb 4 pickup truck

$5,000

Maize, Kansas

Year 1947

Make International Harvester

Model -

Category -

Mileage unknown

Posted Over 1 Month

1947 International KB4 pickup truck with a good running 6 cylinder flathead engine. The truck has new battery, rebuilt carb. rebuilt starter, and re-upolstered seat. Truck has one hole on right rear fender where a brace was fastened. Truck shows surface rust, with no rust through. Good solid body. Front windshield and side windows are cracked, back window is good. Brake lines need replaced. All gears work. I have freed up side roll down windows, as they were rusted tight. I have spent a lot of time on this unit, but I'm getting old and tired. I believe everything is in the two pails pictured to finish headlights. I also believe this unit is pretty much all original.

International Harvester : Other A-3 cab chassis 1929 international flat stake bed truck a 3 cab chassis texaco truck

$11,250

Wichita, Kansas

Year 1929

Make International Harvester

Model -

Category -

Mileage 38000

Posted Over 1 Month

1929 International Harvester truck with flat bed/ stake bed. Single tire rear axles with new rubber on the rear tires, front tires have weather checking, but all hold air VERY well. I don't see any visible rust anywhere. Leather roof is believed to be ORIGINAL, with grained leather that is in AWESOME condition. Roof has original skinny slats that do not appear to have any rot to them at all. Doors and balance of woodwork on the interior is believed to also be all ORIGINAL. door latches/slides all work, windows crank. I believe the removable floor boards are the only items in the cab that are not original. Steering wheel is in amazing condition also. 4 cyclinder. Truck has been equipped with a small 2Q gas tank mounted under the hood to fill for just warming the truck up or cruising around the yard. Allowing for keeping fresher fuel to the truck when not being driven. The fuel tank is a special ordered aircraft quality aluminum tank that has replaced the original tank (at the same size, that I don't think has ever had fuel in it). I used the 2q tank while I had it. I do have the original tank to go with the truck. I have title and it is clear. The truck runs AWESOME. It typically starts in less than 5 minutes if it hasn't been run for say 3-6 months, BUT once you have had it warmed up, it starts immediately for the next 2-3 months. I have driven it around the neighborhood and my small farm the last couple years .. and honestly the ONLY issue...(was I forgot to re-fill the 2q tank one time and had to walk back for gas). Radiator may drip a few drips after its been running for a good 15 minutes to an hour, but does not leak when sitting. The logos on the truck were added by the gentleman I got the truck from, and with some artistic patina to the Texaco logo, and the IHC logos are in great shape. All glass is 100% with No cracks. Door slides work perfectly. Both doors latch, both windows crank up and down. I think most of the glass is original, as it has some of old glass wave to it. Front windshield is 2 piece. Truck was hauled backwards everytime I moved to to insure the absolute minimal force to the cab (and I made anyone who hauled it for me drive UNDER 40mph). I can provide any and all photos that anyone would like to see. I can also take a photo of the current odometer. Ebay required me to list a reading, but given that its 100 years old, clearly that mileage can not be validated. I have several old tires from the era, Oil jars, Milk bottles or even a lubster or two I can throw in if someone wants some vintage material to go with the truck. I have professional insurance appraisal done on the truck at $13,500 giving detail as to many specs I am willing to share with interested buyers. I love the truck, but just ran out of space for it. I will consider a reasonable offer for the truck. I can store the truck until pick-up arrangements can be made. Its in safe place right now and will keep safe until transportation can be arranged.

Trim A 3 cab chassis

International Harvester : Other Base 1951 international lc 160 truck with 12 midwest grain bed

$1,100

Jetmore, Kansas

Year 1951

Make International Harvester

Model -

Category -

Mileage 92523

Posted Over 1 Month

1951 International LC160, 12' Midwest bed with PTO hoist. Six-cylinder, four-speed trans and single-speed rearend. Odometer reads 92523, may be accurate. 8.25-20 Tires. Ran when parked. All offers considered!

Trim Base

International Harvester : Other truck Nice 1953 International 3/4 Ton Truck

$5,200

Topeka, Kansas

Year 1953

Make International Harvester

Model -

Category -

Mileage 19742

Posted Over 1 Month

This truck was a project that my grandson helped me with but I have too many old vehicles and this one must go. We went thru the brakes, converted to 12 volt, did what little body work ( small dents, no rust) that was needed and painted it. Not a professional job but not too bad. The old wooden flatbed was all rotted out so this steel diamond plate bed was added along with the side toolboxes. Heater works but needs a multi speed switch . The motor is out of a 1956 1 ton international. The original motor was a 220 cc that was starting to smoke and was replaced with a 240cc International motor that had about 40,000 miles on it when the 1 ton was wrecked a few years ago and maybe 5,000 more miles have been added since. The tranny is the original granny 4 speed. Almost everything works except the speedo (I found another cable but just have not put it on) and the gas gauge. I recently added the new 12 gallon gas tank and I carry a 2 gallon gas can in the toolbox. I have owned this truck for about a year now and I drive it regularly A ton of extra parts go with it in this auction like carbs, starter, Brake drums, electric wiper assembly, clutch, pressure plate, flywheel, the sun visor shown and much, much more. It has new door panels and a new headliner. Wish it had power steering and radial tires which would make it easier to handle but I still enjoy driving it. This is a lot of old truck for not much money as it will take very little to finish it up. The truck is sold as is so please ask any and all questions before you buy. This is the only 3/4 ton duel wheel I H C that I have ever seen this old. It is registered and titled as an antique.

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