1972 International Pickup 1210 4x4 Crew Cab

Price: - Item location: Filer, Idaho, United States
  • Make: International Harvester
  • Model: 1210
  • Type: Crew Cab Pickup
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 116,158
  • VIN: b43209h261755
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 345
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual 5 spd.
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive
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1972 International Harvester 1210

1972 International Pickup 1210 (3/4 ton) 4x4 5spd. manual transmission. Installed a rebuilt 345 and a new clutch two years ago. Truck has sat since then waiting for the interior work to get done. Engine has a new starter, new belts, new fuel pump, 4 barrel Edelbrock, new plugs and wires: recent tune-up. Just installed a new windshield with new seal. Interior has new pad and new carpet kit. The bench seats are not original, but in good condition with updated lap belts. You will notice the truck has a couple of rust spots that could use some attention; this is pretty typical for these trucks. The truck was rescued from a field two years ago. The interior was stripped to the metal and new floor pans were welded in the front driver and passenger. Bed is custom welded with a large storage cabinet in the middle. 40 gallon gas tank installed in the frame behind the cab. Included in the sale is the original 392 engine (probably needs rebuilt). Also included are the original bench seats. I'll throw in the original box bed if you want it, but she's rough. Truck rolls down the road very smoothly with tight steering. The 5th gear is super nice on the highway. With the original 392 and the 5 speed, it was common for me to get 13-14 mpg. I'm sure the 345 will do that or better if not towing. Truck has a custom hitch ready for a ball. New lights in the custom bed. I'm sure I'm missing something, but that should cover most of it.I drove this pickup 20 years ago when the main bearing went out on the original 392 engine and have kept it around knowing some day I would get it fixed up. I drove it when I was a kid and loved it, but it's time to move on. After working on it for so long, I'm ready for something else (I need the money for my 1955 GMC hotrod build). You don't see many of these around anymore. It would be an awesome truck for a diesel conversion. The 4 wheel drive is bullet proof. The existing tires are runners only; you will want to buy new ones, but the ones on it will last awhile. I have fitted 35s on it with plenty of room in the wheel wells, both front and rear.
Happy bidding! No reserve! If you want the original engine, seats, box, etc. bring a trailer and a friend as I don't think you will fit it all on the flat bed.