International Harvester 1210 4x4 Camper Special pick up

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Technical specifications

Manufacturer:International Harvester
Type:Standard Cab Pickup
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Transmission:4 speed manual
Interior Color:White & sage
Engine:345 V-8 gas
Number of Cylinders:8
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This truck was special ordered & bought new from Pansing Pontiac inLittleton, Colorado in late 1972 and is in very original condition. I amthe 2nd owner and have only put about 800 miles on her since October.Body on this gal is fair+ with hail dimples on hood, some rust at thewindow frame, right fender and bed. Left rocker panel caved in & theright door needs some help. Mis-matched door mirrors. Original paint onthe cab is kinda faded and the bed looks like it was brushed on.However the interior is all there & original and is in pretty damnnice shape. Plus ALL the gauges and lights work. Yes, even the two fuelgauges and the fuel tank selector switch AND the original AM radio.Original 17" steering wheel (still have it) replaced with nice OldsCutlass 442 13.5" wheel and GT Sport cover (horn still needs hookingup---needs a little Dorman part). Has factory air but needs a Freonrecharge. Heater kicks butt though. Pioneer DEH-2800MP cd/stereo &new antennae. Sounds decent but could use some real speakers. Hasfactory over load rear helper springs, Dana T-19W four speed manualtrans (i.e. granny gear 1st, newer 345 c.i. V-8 with about 23,000 mileson her, N/P 205 divorced t-case, a real cool olde school Rhino PTO winch(needs rebuilding and a handle), Dana 60 5000 lb. rear axle w/Power-Lok(posi-traction) & 4:10 gears, Dana 44 3500 lb. front axle (7700 lb.GVWR) , original line ticket, rebuilt Holley 2300 2bbl w/manual choke& new fuel filter, two factory 16 gallon gas tanks (both pulled,cleaned out and re-installed), original IH manual locking hubs, factorycooling system upgrade, good battery (and a second battery trayinstalled), recent tune-up, good Firestone Destinations A/T 315-7-17tires, plus she comes with four extra 17" x 31" Michelin street tires (no rims). But I'll also throw in the original steel 16.5" rims that came with her when she was new. Fresh lube job last month, three new u-jointsinstalled, new fluids in both axles, t-case and tranny, brake systemflushed with two new wheel cylinders installed and two rebuilt, brakeshoes & drums in real good shape and she stops very well, fullcooling system flushed and re-filled with anti freeze and distilledwater, new 185 degree t-stat, new 7.5 psi radiator cap, new windshieldwasher pump, reservoir and wiper blades installed, no vacuum leaks andpulls 16" at idle at 4400' elevation. Has factory rear sliding window aswell as tint. This truck runs great, has great oil pressure, runs cool,has torque out the wahoo and is a blast to drive on both the freewayand the trails. In Low/low she'll pull your house off it's foundation. Onthe highway it tracks very nicely and if you're easy on the pedalshe'll give ya 12 mpg's.This would be great & inexpensiverestoration project for the right person-----especially sitting on hercurrent platform. Or merely drive her home and put her to work. Currently plated, tagged and insured in Arizona, so she's good 'til January 2016.

Please note the pic of the grey sheet metal & gas pedal. This is howI covered the rusted spot on the driver's floorboard, and how Iremounted the pedal. I did NOT cut out any of the original, rustedfloor---- I just scraped and wire brushed out the loose stuff beforescrewing on the new grey sheet metal.And I am just fine with it as itis-----but some of you may want to repair it 'properly'. Your call..

Thanx for looking & feel free to ask me any more questions.



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