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. This next example comes from the first year of a 1971 restyle where the trucks dropped their D-suffix (1100D, 1500D, etc) and were now called 1010 or 1110 depending on weight rating. For the price I can’t think you can get much more vintage truck coolness. Find this 1971 International 1110 Pickup offered for $6,500 in Modesto, CA via craigslist.
Today’s roadkill feature comes from DT regular AbnMike who sent us pictures along with the following note: Saw this International as I was driving today. it’s in Butte, MT. Looks to be in great condition, original paint. Some surface rust on the paint that you can see if you zoom the pics but no cancer […]
The second generation Dodge D-series was a full sized pickup from Chrysler that eventually morphed into the Dodge Ram pickup, but back in the 60s it was called the D100/200/500/600 depending on the heaviness of its duty. Today’s D200 is an ex Pacific Gas & Electric work truck that has a nifty crew cab and […]