1966 International-Harvester 100A Pickup Truck, Survivor truck, 14,374 miles!

Price: US $5,655.55 Item location: Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
  • Make: International Harvester
  • Model: Other
  • SubModel: 1000A Pickup Truck
  • Type: Truck
  • Trim: 1000A Pickup Truck
  • Year: 1966
  • Mileage: 14,374
  • VIN: 612108H660204
  • Color: Turquoise Metallic
  • Engine size: BG241 "Tilt Valve" Straight Six
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Gold
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1966 International Harvester Other 1000A Pickup Truck

1966 International 100A Pickup Truck Description

1966 International-Harvester 100A Pickup Truck

Survivor truck from 50 years ago! Original documentation included with purchase – bill of sale, loan paperwork, line setting ticket, title, owner’s manual, service manual and warranty/service policy, plus insurance cards, vehicle registrations, etc 14,374 actual miles Owned by the original owner until 2009 Original Turquoise Metallic paint (code 6452) Original gold interior Original BG241 “Tilt Valve” 240 CID straight six engine Original three-speed manual transmission with column shift and 3.54 gearing Power steering, power brakes, seven-foot long cargo bed and 119″ wheelbase Cigar lighter, driver’s arm rest, heater and defroster, seat belts, increased cooling, factory undercoating, heavy-duty bumpers and bed side trim moldings Torsion bar independent front suspension 4,200 Gross Vehicle Weight Rating

Did you live and work on a farm as a youth and learn how to drive on the family farm truck? Check out this rolling memento to those days of discovery as MotoeXotica is pleased to present this 50-year survivor Binder, a two-owner, beautiful turquoise 1966 International-Harvester 100A half-ton pickup truck with less than 15,000 actual miles on the clock!

A Mr. Finne in Little Rock, Arkansas bought this truck new on December 31, 1966 for $1,940 at his local International-Harvester dealer. He traded in a 1958 Chevrolet pickup truck, which was valued at $545, and left with a 24-month loan totaling $1,395, or $64.18 per month, on the new truck. Factory options on this truck include cigar lighter, driver’s arm rest, heater and defroster, seat belts, increased cooling capacity, factory undercoating, heavy-duty bumpers and bed side trim moldings.

Outside, its Turquoise Metallic paint (code 6452) is in good shape considering its age and shows occasional patina. The fenders and roof have blemishes, as does the cargo bed. Windshield, side door glass, vent windows and rear window are intact and clear. All vehicle lights are present, lenses are intact and clear. Truck rides on Summit Siempre VI radial tires, size 205/75R15, surrounding factory steel wheels and hubcaps, which have been repainted white, as have the optional heavy-duty bumpers. The front bumper shows some minor blemishes upon close inspection. The battery appears to be in overall good shape, as does the engine bay, in which is the original BG241 “Tilt Valve” 240 CID inline six engine, attached to an original three-speed manual transmission with column shift and a 3.54 rear end. Body panels are straight and in good overall condition. The cargo bed, as you would expect, shows signs of wear from use and that’s where the full-sized spare tire is located.

Open the driver’s door, which still closes with surprising solidity, and a gold interior that’s in fine overall shape greets you; the color is unique on a such a utilitarian vehicle. The bench seat is in great shape considering its age and use and while there is no carpet, the floor mats and turquoise floorpan are in great shape. The headliner, mirrors, dashboard, two-spoke steering wheel and shift lever are all in good, overall condition and all of the gauges work as designed. The door panels are in decent shape and you can see that previous drivers made good use of the driver’s arm rest during the time they owned this truck. The truck has no radio but there is a speaker in the top center of the dashboard and fuses are tucked behind the glovebox door.

Original documentation included with purchases includes bill of sale, loan paperwork, line setting ticket, owner’s manual, service manual and warranty/service policy plus insurance cards, vehicle registrations, etc. Spare parts come with the truck, including a windshield, right fender and other miscellaneous items.

Competitors to this truck in 1966 included Chevrolet’s and GMC’s C-10, Ford’s F-150 and Dodge’s D-Series trucks.

Current mileage on the odometer shows 14,374 actual miles. It is sold as is, where is on a clean and clear, actual mileage title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!

VIN: 612108H660204 EIN:612108 Chassis Serial No.: H660204

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