Big Moves: 1970 International Harvester Travelall

The International Harvester corporation released a new line of pickup trucks called the D-series in 1969 to replace the older C-series trucks that had been sold since 1961. On the same D-series truck platform they launched the next generation of the Travelall, which was a wagon built on a truck chassis not to dissimilar to modern fullsized SUVs. Today’s example isn’t perfect, but it looks perfect for light work duty. Find this 1970 International Harvester Travelall offered for $13,250 or best offer located in Wrightwood, CA via ebay motors.

From the seller:


Purchased from original owners to make sure T’All had continued good home. Lives in climate controlled garage, now carries podium, tee shirts to sell, signs and bunting and tables to Memorial Day and Veterans Day ceremonies in Village Center twice a year (all of one mile each way). Was in car shows after purchase six or seven years back, shows very well…. high interest. Age (mine) has me needing to let someone elso have this wonderful Travelall. Has artwork on rear windows (that can easily peel off), by original owner who was renowned Artist, she used T’All as an art studio in mountains and desert efforts. Rear window motor needs repair, brakes are adequate but need new master cylinder probably, heater core leaked so is disconnected, runs strong, New tinted windshield, new carpets and headliner, new tires and wheels. She’s special. Oh, pic of an artist friend dabbing paint onto rear panels after I refinished them…. to give the aura of how it was when our original owner would sit and paint for hours in back of T’All.

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