1972 International Harvester Travelall 1100.

February 3, 2010

3 comments






3 comments:

ben said...

Smooth-clean-cut-face. Largely because of those tidy early 70s bumpers. That color is a delight, I think it would look great on a lot of cars.

Dan said...

I think this one is a little older than '72, or at least has a '69 or '70 grill.

Anonymous said...

I love your ride...brings back wonderful memories! Dad bought exact model but with 12 inch wood grain panel on sides in 1969. We pulled a 18.5 foot Terry trailer for 25 years. Toured all of western USA in it, hauled Boy Scouts, Campfire Girls....was the car I learned to drive in and had my first date in! 29 years later, I drove my first child home from the hospital in it! Ran like a top...smooth ride, enough power to pull trailers with the 345 C.I. and I liked the right side, up front, spare gas tank you switched to by pulling a knob on the dash! Thank you for keeping her in shch great shape!---Wes