1956 International Harvester Pickup stepside 1/2 ton long bed no rust, original

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Technical specifications

Manufacturer:International Harvester
Type:stepside longbed
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Tan
Engine:220 ci 6 Cylinder
Number of Cylinders:6 Cylinder
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This is an Oregon high desert survivor No rust, original condition. It came from the Three Sisters area, an area that is high and dry. I am the 3rd owner, had it about a year. It has the original drive train, not a 4x4, a 220 cubic inch six cylinder engine. The tranny is a 4 speed with the granny gear for low. The bed holds a 4' x 8' piece of plywood with the tail gate up. It has the original hubcaps including one for the side mounted spare tire. The tires are 16 inch new radials. The exhaust system is new with the chrome tips exiting in front of the rear tires. The brakes are new, the carburetor is new, the master cylinder is new. The steering wheel is the original big one, it needs to be because the truck has manual steering. This truck was a work truck, thus radio delete, no power steering, no power brakes. It does have a heater, but the core has a small leak so is not in use. The gage cluster is original, with the fuel and temp gages accurate. The speedometer is not working. The oil and amp gages are working after market. The wipers work. The lights work. Horn works. Windshield is new with new rubber seal. Driver side window has has small corner missing. Driver door needs adjusting to open from the outside. The body is straight with no major dents, but lots of little ones. It is in satin primer finish. Not a show truck, but an excellent work truck or shop truck or attention getter. This truck is a 1956 truck , but title says 1957. It has a clear California title, $4500 with no reserve is the price. Do not bid if you are not serious. Call me if you have questions. 530 873 4862, ask for Marcel. Located 100 miles north of Sacramento.

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