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1964 International Harvester C1300 Truck

Posted Apr 11, 2024 | Hits
Make: International Harvester
Model: C1300
Country: USA
Region: NC
City: Raleigh
Zip: 27601
Body Style: Pickup Truck
Year: 1964
Mileage: 12645 Miles
Transmission: Manual
Fuel: Gasoline
Doors: 2
Color: Red
Engine: 345
Condition: Used
For sale my 1964 International Harvester C1300 1 ton dually 4wd flatbed. The truck was originally custom ordered by the National Park Service in 1964 and later sold to a local volunteer fire deptartment in 1968, they used it as a brush fire truck just like the Park Service. Its the only shorter wheel base version I have been able to locate. It still has an 8ft bed but the others are over 9ft. There are a handful of the longer ones out there but we have yet to find another one like this one. Its an absolute time capsule and has been perfectly maintained. It absolutely runs like a swiss watch. Below zero or 100 degrees out, get in and pull the factory manual choke and it always fires right up! Its amazing. Its a great example of what being stored inside and being routinely maintenanced for 52 years can do. Its been painted 2 times that I can tell over the years but was done well. It has the 345 V8 in it with a manual trans. 4 spd with a granny low. Its geared exremely low, you can start off in 1st or 2nd gear, and low would probably climb a wall. Its a had a govenor on it since new, which is probably why it still runs like new. It holds it to 45-50mph. Could be removed but I wanted it to stay as it was. I just cruise the back roads with it, take it in parades, or to the dump, so Ive never wished it to go any faster. I left all the original Park Service stickers and instructions on the dash, I think its pretty cool. It does still have a working siren. I purposely have not cleaned or detailed the motor much because it runs so perfect for one thing, but I like the original stickers on the valve covers. Everything works on the truck, all lights, 4wd, winch, the factory choke, air vents, heater, etc... All work. Still has the original IH shocks. Its not a concours show truck but rather an exremely well kept truck that could be shown. It does have signs of use over the years of course but the fire company who had it took a lot of pride in keeping it pristine. Has absolutely ZERO rust.
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4-Wheel Drive

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