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 1200D Travelall was modified by the Springfield Equipment Company to have a longer wheelbase and higher roof for Ambulance duty. It needs restoration. Find this 1970 International Harvester Travelall 1200D offered for $4,500 in Rochester, NH via faceprance mookmerk. Tip from Orlando.
From the seller:
1970 International Travelall ambulance 4×4 Ambulance
Listed 4 weeks ago in Rochester, NH
About This Vehicle
Driven 21,506 miles
Exterior color: White · Interior color: Black
Fuel type: Gasoline
This vehicle is paid off
International Springfield AWD 1200D 4×4 Ambulance, sold as-is untested not running. Would make a great restoration project or go anywhere overland RV camping. This has been sitting, no effort to start it has been made. Includes Ramsey winch. The Springfield ambulance was uncommon, I have not confirmed the number built but saw another ad claiming only three high top Springfield Internationals were made this year.
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