Documented 8132 original miles. The truck was in a woodworking shop in SW Florida, the original owner passed away and the business was sold. This truck is a survivor in every definition of the word. It is 99.9% all original.
The International Harvester was pulled from it's resting place of 18 years (the last registration on the Ohio plate). It was rinsed/washed and flat bedded to Barr's Performance in Naples, FL.. The vintage car specialists cleaned the fuel tank, rebuilt the Holley carb, checked the hydraulic clutch, and got the brakes working with minimal new parts needed. Being all original, there are leaks... Coolant mainly, at the radiator and heater bypass valve. They're slow with minimal seepage, and don't want to disturb the original integrity of the truck and it is not detrimental to it's limited operation / driveability. What we have found that is not original which the original owner added or replaced... Cap, rotor, wires, rear tires and hitch. I added the fuel pump (we replaced with NOS), master cylinder, the internal parts we put in the carb, and a couple misc clamps. Everything else, and I mean everything, is original... Belts, hoses, front tires, paint, interior, etc., etc.. They body and chassis are solid as a rock. Zero paint repairs, zero rust holes, even surface rust is so minimal that you need to hunt for it.
The owner's records, which were in the glove box, are included as well... NC State inspection receipts and registration cards, most which record the annual mileage, also the original owner's manual and Owner's Service Policy card from Carroll's Garage in Gates, NC, October 12, 1967. The State of NC is also sending certified title search documents. They will further document the truck's history and mileage record.
The title is clear and in hand from the State of Florida. Please inquire and buy with confidence.
I am working on uploading a video... Interested buyers please contact me for the vid's web location, along with many many more pictures.