Friday, April 15, 2011

1967 International 110B (A Pick Up Truck From Back When Pick Up Trucks Were Trucks)

For less than half the price of the BMW truck above, you could have this; a real live, honest-to-goodness pick up truck.

International Harvester sold quite a few pick up trucks in the 1950s and 1960s. They were very simple trucks that had the reputation of being hard working and durable.

Back when this truck was built, people didn't buy pick up trucks unless they needed one. They were work vehicles. You got very little in the way of creature comforts.

This International 110B has been restored and looks great. Rust was a huge issue with these trucks, so it's important to check that the bodywork was done correctly.

You'd probably get pretty tired of this if you used it every day. But, if you're looking for an old truck to occasionally haul stuff, this would be a cool alternative to a more common Ford or Chevy truck.

Located in Eagle River, WI, click here to see the Craigslist ad.

2 comments:

Trevor said...

I like it, except the steering wheel hints at mods.

enmotors said...

Nice Internationals are really getting hard to find as they were just used up. This looks like a great truck at a good price. Parts are starting to get tough, as well. I have a friend here in Chicago that has a bunch of 60’s pick ups and Travelalls. Some of the parts that could be purchased over the counter are now out of stock. There’s a similar 1964 with the same set up, I went out to look for my friend here in Chicago, for $3500. 90% Rust free with a rough couple year old paint job. Needs an interior. This 67 looks like a good buy with everything done.