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For Sale: (Eleven) 1967-1968 International Harvester Travelall Station Wagons - $2,500 - Projects - Minneapolis, MN

1967 IH Travelall Wagon for sale by owner - Minneapolis, MN - craigslist
Seller's Description:

Here's your chance to buy one -or- eleven (total) 1967 & 1968 International Harvester Travelalls. These are full-size Suburban-type station wagons on a pick-up truck chassis. Original SUV's from the 60's. There's one 1970 IH Loadstar straight truck. Imagine taking a trip-through-time with your own Travelall Ranch. All but one, drove to my storage yard and most will run with very little work. Use the photos for color and pick your fave. Condition varies and some available for less & more depending. Buy one or multiples...Better pricing with a package deal.
Contact: Dale (612) 8-twelve-5-3-3-one
Copy and paste in your email: bd4a7ba750173a7b995797b58621b603@sale.craigslist.org


I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of these: (Eleven) 1967-1968 International Harvester Travelall Station Wagons - Projects.

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I had to take my drivers test in a Travelall. The examiner even felt sorry for me. 

Back in the day you saw a lot of Airstreams being pulled by them. The gas mileage was not their big thing. 

 

 

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I have told this story before but will again.

Back in the early 70s (think gas shortage) I was sitting at my gas station watching the traffic go by. It is a small town and my station was in the middle of town.

I heard some odd tire screeching coming towards me. It was a guy driving one of these carry alls towing a second carry all.

He had them chained bumper to bumper with no one in the towed truck. The towed rig was canted to the side with its front wheels turned all the way one way. still kind of rolling, but sort of side ways.

I saw lots of odd stull go by as it was a fairly major highway. Most were pretty much slowed down by the time they went by my place, but the local cop got lots of business from the in a hurry tourists.

 

 I will have to tell you the story sometime about the very large hog that fell out of a trailer right in front of the place and the driver didn't know it.

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I wish I wasn't so decrepit and was in a position to bring either the yellow low-top or the turquoise one to HydraMatic Drive. I have always liked these things.

Course airboddy knows I kinda have a thing for station wagons... yes, STATION WAGON! That's what Harvester itself considered a Travelall to be. A big, capable station wagon on a truck chassis.

 

SUV. Hmmph.

 

Jack, how in the pluperfect hell does someone lose a large P-I-G hawg and not know it?!😄

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On 2/27/2024 at 9:58 AM, rocketraider said:

I wish I wasn't so decrepit and was in a position to bring either the yellow low-top or the turquoise one to HydraMatic Drive. I have always liked these things.

Course airboddy knows I kinda have a thing for station wagons... yes, STATION WAGON! That's what Harvester itself considered a Travelall to be. A big, capable station wagon on a truck chassis.

 

SUV. Hmmph.

 

Jack, how in the pluperfect hell does someone lose a large P-I-G hawg and not know it?!😄

He was in way to small of a trailer and the rear board fell off, I suspect the boar was leaning on it.

The poor guy had a hell of a road rash on his sack.

He saw us watching him and headed my way. Kinda scary, big tusks, hurting nuts, blazing hot day, snorting. He was out of his element for sure.

This guy had to be 600 pounds or more.

I didn't know just what to do, he was kinda pissed off and headed towards me.

I grabbed the water hose (yea, great weapon) and aimed it at him. Turns out it was the perfect solution, He laid down right there and enjoyed the shower.

About a half hour later a witness was able to chase down the driver in the next town. He told the guy that his pig fell out just past the first traffic light, then came back to tell me that the owner should be close behind.

About two hours later, the guy with the trailer showed up. Turns out he was looking around at the traffic light at the other end of town. I guess by now it was news and someone had set him straight.

He loaded up his animal and since we also had the tail gate to his trailer and some bailing wire we got him going.

The old farmer said that he should be ok soon as he was on his way to getting laid.

After that I went back to work on some old car. (you see what I did there ?).

 

I am still waiting on the promised pork chops.

 

 

 

 

 

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I imagine ol' Boar-cephas did appreciate getting wet down on a hot day. Hogs can't sweat. That's why they like mud, to cool down.

 

I dunno how well he got the job done with his boys all rashed up and hurting though.😬😖

 

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(Hay, a lotta old cars are Bro-hams😏)

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