1964 International Travelall C1000
Price: US $5,000.00 Item location: Portland, Oregon, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: International Harvester
- Model: Other
- Trim: custom
- Year: 1964
- Mileage: 100,000
- Color: White
- Engine size: 304
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Gray
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1964 International Harvester OtherVery original 1964 International Travelall C1000. It has the torsion barindependentfront suspension, ew ball joints and control arm bushings. 4 wheel disc brakes, ront disc brakes form a 1973 International travelall, ear disc brakes ford 9" with an explorer conversion. Optional 4 way flashers, ower disc brakes, ower steering 4 speed manual transmission. This travelall is as complete as any I have seen. It currently has front bucket seats with leather that matches original interior. I have the front bench seat, eedsupholstery, he visors have been recovered, he rearbenchseat is originalupholsterythat is intact but with very thin threads due to age. Floorboards are solid, o rust through in front or back. Each front floorboard has an area of rust with small pits but nothing that has rusted through, he rear floorboards are almost perfect. Unbelievably, or this era of international, he cowl vents and firewall have no rust or rot. The Travelall does have rust at front lower quarters and rear lower quarters, t's not bad and there is no rust on the underside or backside just typical at wheel opening. The tailgate window works the tailgate has no rust through at bottom like most. It is missing one right front arm rest. Heater works, ipers work, eadlights work. It has a factory radio delete but I will include a radio dash plate with an original radio from a 1965 Travelall.
I bought this truck a year ago, lew to location and drove it 425 miles home. I drive it daily, old it runs so-so, armed up runs just fine. I don't know the mileage but I would guess over 100,000. The motor start runs great but leaks oil, ront seal, ear seal and valve covers. The rear end is a ford 9" from a wrecking yard, ut it in and have driven daily since. Gaugesall work, t has a spare gas tank under back rear with filler cap in cargo area but the tank supply is disconnected fromswitchingvalve and I have never lookedintoit, ay be fine. All doors open and close just fine, indows roll up and down just fine and all glass is good with vintage green tint. It has 8" wheels on all 4 corners with 9" tires on back and 8" up front. The tires have over 50% tread.
Although this baby has some miles on it is probably the most original, omplete and best example of a 1964 Travelall a person is going to find. Sold as is where is