Monday, May 7, 2018

Camper Special: 1975 International Harvester 200 4X4

To drive this next car you'll need to have a few things; (1) A flannel shirt, (2) A Grizzly Adams beard (3) A fresh tetanus vaccine, (4) A budget for gas and (5) A desire to make friends everytime you stop for your gas.  Find this 1975 International Harvester 200 4X4 offered for $3700 near Seattle, WA via craigslist.  Tip from FuelTruck.



From the seller:
1975 International Harvester 200 Pickup, 4X4 Camper Special Price Reduced to $3,700 firm CASH IN PERSON ONLY

Please read entire ad before calling. Calls ONLY.......will not respond to a text. No over the phone offers.

Well optioned with 392 engine, 4 speed transmission, NP 205 transfer case, 3.73 locking differential, power steering, power brakes, open knuckle front axle with disk brakes, rear anti-sway bar, air conditioning (hasn't been used in years), factory tinted windows, dash clock, rear slider window, winch bumper with Ramsey 8,000 lb. winch (winch powers in , but not out....suspect solenoid).
I am the third owner of this truck. Production date is 9/9/1974 and original sale was on 7/29/1975 in San Diego, CA. I have the original sales order and the line setting ticket.

The truck runs and drives great, but it is by no means perfect. This is not a comprehensive list, but flaws include dents, rust, only one of the fuel tanks works, a couple chips in the windshield.....not too bad but includes a spare good one, and has the typical broken/cracked rear dump exhaust manifolds......so it sounds ratty. 

Clear WA title in my name. Ready for you to drive it home.


Click the reply button for my number and give me a call.


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5 comments:

  1. Cool trucks, but it's nearly impossible to find one that hasn't been infested with tin worms.

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  2. Good to see that the behind the seat gas tank is gone. It always seemed like inside the cab behind the seat was a crazy place to keep the gas

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  3. I was very excited, till I saw all the cancer. Price seems fair.

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  4. Nothing wrong with the in-cab tank, folks. Cant ever remember seeing a burnt-out cab of anything with an in-cab tank. Ever.

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