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Sold In the height of the 'art-deco' era of the late-1930's International commissioned the re-design of their light- and medium-duty truck line.  The result was what you see here in this beautifully-designed International D2 1/2-ton pick-up...arguably the most beautiful and artful of any purpose-built truck ever built! International followed the design cues of top-of-the-line luxury cars such as Packard and Cord in their pontoon-style front fenders.  The barrell-shaped grill design features stainless steel trim that wraps around and down the hoodsides completing that remarkable 'art-deco' design!

This particular truck was lovingly restored by an amateur restorer/hobbyist with care attention to keeping it as 'factory-correct' as possible. As you can see, this goal was nearly accomplished as most components are genuine IH issue. This truck is powered by the tough and reliable Green Diamond 214 cubic-inch-displacement 'L-hear' engine backed by a correct 3-speed floor-shifted manual transmission. A new wiring harness has been installed and the solid original all-steel body features fresh paint and a new ribbed steel bed floor similar to the factory original one. All five tires are period-correct all-season wide whitewall bias-ply on factory-correct military-style steel wheels garnished with freshly chromed 'triple-diamond' hubcaps and new trim rings.

You can own this truck today for a fraction of the cost of restoring one yourself!  Call us today to set up your private viewing of this remarkable piece of American truck-building history!