Wow! My Dad had one of these. His was Brown with tan roof. He would use it to pull our 28' RV with no trouble at all. Throw in a cabin full of space,and you had a real winner. Sure wish Ihad one now.
Anything IH is badass. My friend Bob had one of these and his daughters nicknamed it "The Creature"!
Very, very nice vehicle. Very nice photos. Makes me want one.
I certainly agree with you Frank! These things were badass! The name "creature"isn't too far off either. The cabins of these trucks were cavernous and if you were driving one, it seemed that nothing could stop you. They were great in snowy climatesthat would stop other vehicles cold. To sum it all up, these things were indeed a real beast!
Was that an eight that was pulling the RV?
Why yes it was, Art. Dad's Travelall was powered by the big 392 V-8 mated to an auto tranny. It also had (and needed) the optional dual tank setup that allowed the truck to carry more fuel. It seemed strange to me that the filler neck for the second tank was located on the right front fender. The mileage might've sucked, but manwas that thing a tank!
Anyone know what vehicle holds the title for longest piece of glass? This thing is sick. The graphics and not-a-hint-of-4wd stance really make it painful to look at, and not buy. Bet it gets a lot of thumbs up.
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