Engine Size
345 V8
Transmission Type
4 Speed Manual
Body Style
Body Color
Omaha Orange
Interior Color


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This 1967 International Travelall is a very cool vehicle and very hard to find this body style in this original condition. This is probably the cleanest original paint Travelall of this vintage around. It is just amazing how solid this truck is. We were told the mileage is original, and although we did not get documentation, based on the condition we believe it is. This rig was originally purchased by the State of Montana in 1967 and it was sold to a private party in September of 1977. These folks drove it for a year and the water-pump started leaking so they parked it until 2 years ago. At that time it was sold to the gentleman we purchased it from. He was a Service Manager for an Automotive Shop and he went through everything mechanical to make it a great running and driving truck. There are a lot of upgrades he did and we will try to detail all of them.

The body on this Travelall is amazing in our opinion. It still appears to have all of the original paint so there is nothing hidden. A lot of cool patina and character. The Omaha Orange paint shined up really well. The last owner also cleaned the underside, inside body panels, and engine bay. He treated the certain parts of the underside and inside body panels with POR-15 and undercoating to prevent any future body rust. He did leave the original factory undercoating untouched to show that it was a solid vehicle. The interior is in really nice condition and was selectively restored. It has newer carpet, newer headliner, and the seats are newly reupholstered with Carhartt Duck Canvas. The interior was removed and the floors were completely washed, cleaned, and coated with POR-15. They also added sound deadener at that time. All of the gauges, lights, heater fan, and wipers work. Horn does not work.

Mechanically this Traveall is top notch! It has the original 345 V8 that was tuned up and runs great! The transmission is the original 4 Speed Manual (Borg Warner T-19) mated to a np205 Divorced Transfer Case. The engine has a new water-pump, new frost plugs, rebuilt original carb, new exhaust manifold gaskets, new valve cover gaskets. The engine runs excellent!! The axles were upgraded to 3/4 Ton Chevy Axles. The rear is a Corporate 14 Bolt and the front is a DANA 44. They both have 4.10 gears and were gone through. Consequently the braking system was upgraded to Disc Brakes on the front along with new Master Cylinder and Brake Hoses. U joints are new, ball joints are new, and he added a full front high-steer setup. There are new fluids all around. Her also added a new 4 Inch Skyjacker Lift done right with corrected driveline angles and new shocks all around. Power Steering was also added with new Redhead steering gear and reinforced the frame. The fuel tank was removed, cleaned, and added new lines and hoses. It is all sitting on a newer set of BFG All terrains (285/75/16).

This truck runs and drives much better than it did in 1967 and still has that cool original look. It cruises down the road at 70 nicely. We drive what we sell so that we can give you a first hand and accurate report on how the vehicle runs and drives. Our pictures are never touched up or photoshopped. What you see is an accurate representation of the vehicle. We take consistent pictures and show you everything so you can get a true representation of the vehicle.

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