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1967 International Travelall - International Appeal

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Ali Mansour
| Brand Manager, 4Wheel Drive & Sport Utility
Posted December 1, 2008

A Traveling Monster

Time can do amazing things. It can turn new parts old, make you forget where you put your keys, and transform what was once an ordinary vehicle into a truly unique classic. After owning the '67 International Travelall for more than three decades, Gregory Wiley decided it was finally time to change things up a bit. Enlisting the help of the crew at Off Road Evolution, his plan was simple-build it tough and functional, and more importantly give it power! Created for the diversified wheeling that Southern California has to offer, it's not unusual to find the big green beast utilizing the 8.1L to the fullest of its potential and making the 42-inch Iroks shoot out the earth from beneath its feet. Built with simplicity and style and large enough to pack in an entire month's worth of supplies and enough camping gear for 10 people, this is one International that really can travel all.

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When you have 498 ci under the hood, you need a strong drivetrain to keep it all together. Combining new technology with classic parts, the divorce-mounted NP205 gladly distributes the power to the axles while the Allison transmission keeps things shifting smooth.

Cool Fact
1967 was a special year for International as it celebrated its 60th year as a truck manufacturer.

Tech Specs
1967 International Travelall
Drivetrain
Engine: 8.1L Vortec
Transmission: Allison
Transfer case: NP205
Front Axle: Dana 60, Dynatrac hubs, Detroit Locker, 5.13 gears
Rear Axle: 14-bolt, ORD disc conversion, Detroit Locker, 5.13 gears

Suspension
Springs & Such: Custom 10-inch Alcan springs
Steering: PSC hydraulic assist, custom high steer

Tires & Wheels: 42x14 Iroks on 17x10 Welds
Other Stuff: Original paint and bumperstickers, custom rear traction bar, Optima YellowTop, K&N intake


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