1974 International 200 ¾-ton 4x4 Pickup
Final full model year for International’s Light Line Pickups (Light trucks cease April of 1975)
Factory loaded with options, rare long “Bonus Load” bed, 4x4 standard cab combination
Factory correct Comanche 392 CID V-8 engine (SV-392) breathing via 4-barrel carb and dual exhausts
Chrysler 727 three-speed automatic transmission with optional oil cooler
Divisional Blue exterior and blue interior with the optional custom trim package
Factory 4x4 NP 205 25P two speed 4x4 transfer case, special order Dana 60 4.10 rear axle
Optional heavy duty front and rear shocks/suspension
Power steering and power brakes with front discs
Dual 16 gallon fuel tanks, custom interior trim package, dual fuel tanks, dual exhaust, rear step up bumper, rear trailer hitch with wiring, front chrome bumper, king size exterior mirrors, optional AM radio, electric dash clock, day/night mirror
132-inch wheelbase and 7,700 GVWR
BFGoodrich All-Terrain TA light truck tires, 285/75R16
Documentation includes original owners’ manual, original radio owner’s manual, original customer’s guarantee policy tag and original maintenance, warranty, vehicle and emissions guide
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For the discriminating 3 quarter ton classic truck buyer who wants something different than a F-250 or C-20, MotoeXotica Classic Cars is pleased to present this 1974 International 200 ¾-ton 4x4 Pickup. This truck is rarely optioned for a International pickup truck, its loaded with the largest motor available 392 V8, NP 205 25P two speed 4x4 transfer case, special order Dana 60 4.10 rear axle, Torque-flight automatic transmission, additional oil cooler, power front disc brakes, power steering, heavy duty front and rear shocks/suspension, custom interior trim package, dual fuel tanks, dual exhaust, rear step up bumper, rear trailer hitch with wiring, front chrome bumper, king size exterior mirrors, optional AM radio, electric dash clock, day/night mirror and the Bonus Load bed!
Made in August 1973 at International’s Springfield, Ohio factory, then delivered to a corporation in Spokane Washington, this Light Line pickup features a 4x4 standard cab with an eight-foot “Bonus Load” long bed, a rare combination. From 1907 to 1975, International had been a large factor in the light truck market, holding third place until the 1970\'s, but that was over in April of 1975. The 150/200/500 series pickups were all dropped, along with Travelall and Travelette.
Dressed in Divisional Blue, this truck paint and trim are in overall great condition and the paint is quite eye-catching and this particular pickup truck wears the color very well. The bodywork is very nice for a vintage International and all the hard to find trim pieces are present. The cargo bed has a liner that is nearly color-matched to the body while the floor is covered by tongue-and-groove oak wood. A spare tire with a wheel cover is on the driver’s side of the cargo bed. The 392 V8 engine bay is very tidy, the truck’s factory optioned gray rear step up and chrome front bumpers are in very good condition and the battery appears to be in very good order. The truck has a 132-inch wheelbase and a 7,700 GVWR and is optioned with the heavy duty front and rear suspension and the special order Dana 60 4.10 rear axle.
This International pickup rolls on BFGoodrich All-Terrain TA light truck tires, 285/75R16 at all four corners. Each donut is mounted on an original steel wheel with a factory cap. The tires and wheels are all in very good order.
Under the hood is International’s Comanche 4-barrel 392 V-8 engine with dual exhausts. Bolted to the engine is Chrysler’s 727 three-speed transmission, with the optional oil cooler, and the NP 205 25P two-speed transfer case works properly in both ranges. Driver convenience features include optional AM radio, power steering and power brakes with discs in front.
Inside, the blue interior is in overall very good order and features factory goodies such as the custom trim package, day/night mirror and electric dash clock!. The bench seat, black carpeting and white headliner look great while the instrument panel, with its fully array of gauges, is crack-free which is rare for this vintage of International. The optional inner door liners echo the rest of the interior’s theme. Rounding out the interior are a factory AM radio and a clock. Even the NP transfer case warning stickers are still on the dashboard and on the driver’s door jamb.
For 1974 International changed names yet again: the trucks were now called 100, 150, 200, or 500 depending on the weight rating. External changes were minimal, consisting mainly of a new five-bar metal grille without the vertical dividers, nicknamed the “electric razor or shaver grille.” The heavy duty one-ton 500 was only available as a single-cab pickup, and the 150 was only available with IHC\'s own line of V-8 engines. The Travelette crew cab was no longer available with four-wheel drive. The program was gradually whittled away, with only the ¾-ton 150 and 200-Series (and heavy-duty 500s) remaining by the time the 1975s were introduced. By then, only IHC\'s own V-8s were still available. There were two wheelbases available for the regular cab (115 or 132 inches), and two for the Travelette (149 or 166 inches). The beds were either a 6.5-foot standard unit or the eight foot “Bonus Load” bed.
Documentation includes original owners’ manual, original radio owner’s manual, original customer’s guarantee policy tag and original maintenance, warranty, vehicle and emissions guide.
Competition to this I-H truck in 1974 included Chevrolet’s K20, Dodge’s W200 Sweptline, Ford’s F-250 and GMC’s K1500.
Binders don’t normally linger here, especially a very good looking and rare International with excellent factory options, so classic truck buyers and other, interested parties should check out this International 200 at MotoeXotica Classic Cars today!
This truck is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 79,446 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!
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