1966 International Travelall lovingly called the Meat Wagon with
the name Doe A great candidate for a full restoration or something
someone just wants to enjoy for its uniqueness. Exterior is
finished in a two tone blue paint with a baby blue upper body and a
medium blue lower. With painted on decals, pinstriping and a few
stickers here and there to give the Travelall some attitude all its
own. The paint is older with a lot of patina. Chrome front and rear
bumpers , chrome trim and a chrome cargo roof rack to give it some
period correct accessories. Sitting on white steel wheels wrapped
in newer geolander tires. Interior is basic and all painted to
match the exterior with two bench seats wrapped in blue cloth. A
blue dash with white painted center with custom pinstriping and
black gauges. There's a rear mounted spare tire in the cargo area.
Engine is powered by a 266ci 4.4l V8 paired to a Borg Warner 4
Speed manual gearbox. Options include power brakes. Truck runs and
drives and shifts through all gears and brakes work as they should.
Frankman Motor Company started in 1988 as a small family business
that has grown from an acreage with a converted 2 stall garage as
the office to the largest independent used car dealership in a 5
state area with almost 50,000 vehicles sold and over 50 employees.
1966 International Travelall
Location:Sioux Falls, South Dakota
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