Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee presents this 1951 International
Harvester L-110 Series 1/2 ton pick up truck. The International
Harvest story starts in 1902 in Chicago, IL. Originally founded as
a farm equipment company IH got into the truck game early. By 1907
they were building trucks for farm and commercial use alike.
International had a great reputation for making reliable apparatus
including trucks, tractors, lawn mowers, refrigeration units and
heavy-duty farm equipment. The truck division had been well known
and competed with other heavy hitters like Mack and Diamond T for
big trucks and light duty trucks like Ford, GM and Dodge. By the
1960s IH was even building more passenger type trucks like the
Scout and Travelall. After the 1980 model year International moved
their focus to heavy duty trucks and the era of IH passenger trucks
came to an end. Our featured truck is from the 1951 model year.
This L-110 series truck shows well in its tri-tone black, red, and
white paint scheme that is a nod to the International Harvest logo.
Powering this handsome classic truck is a 220 cubic inch inline
six-cylinder motor teamed up to a 3-speed column shifted
transmission. The vehicle has had several upgrades to make a more
pleasant driving experience including power steering, a 12-volt
electronic system, JVC stereo system, SunPro gauges, and Uniroyal
Tiger Paw tires mated to Ion Alloy 15-inch rims. The truck also
features a Rhino sprayed bed liner, tow hitch and diamond plate
roll pan style rear bumper. The truck also has an interesting
styling cue with a split rear window and a double hinged piano
style opening hood. Get ready to cruise the back roads or Anytown
USA in a piece of Americana in this 1951 International Harvester
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