All-Original 1975 Travelall 150 Is Ready Roads Less Traveled

Aug 7, 2019 2 min read
All-Original 1975 Travelall 150 Is Ready Roads Less Traveled

Adventure awaits with this well-preserved '70s gem.

If you’re looking for a classic wagon that can conquer the road less traveled, this original 1975 International Harvester Travelall 150 may be right up your alley. A perfect fit for any camping adventure, this bad boy can fit the whole family along with all the supplies necessary for a weekend in the woods. This wagon was designed for high ground clearance, so taking it off the beaten path shouldn't be an issue. Classic Auto Mall is offering the perfect opportunity to call it your very own, so now is your chance to snag this vintage beauty while you still can.

While this wagon is well-preserved and all-original, this Travelall 150 was stripped down to the bare metal, freed of cancerous rust, and repainted in its original factory color of gold, although it appears to be more of a greenish-gold that screams pure '70s. For a '75, this Suburban-esque wagon has been kept in fantastic shape with only some of the trim showing slight corrosion.

Conveniences on this wagon include a shiny roof rack, tow package, tinted glass, and functional electric rear window. With winter right around the corner, this Travelall is already prepared with a set of snow tires that come with the standard IH wheel covers.

The heart of the beast is powered by a 392cui V8 topped with a Thermoquad 4-barrel carburetor and backed by an A727 3-speed automatic Torqueflite transmission with its own cooler. A Dana rear houses 3.73 gears, and the undercarriage has a few spotty areas of surface rust but is made of rustproofed covered steel.

Open the doors to an all-original and mostly flawless interior with just a few marks only visible to the examining eye. Two bucket seats sit up front, and a spacious bench occupies the rear. The original carpet appears unfaded and is clean despite its age. The factory radio/clock still works perfectly, air conditioning still blows cold, and the dashboard has working and lighted instruments. For those wanting to put the tow package to use, the factory-installed trailer brake will come in handy.

The 1975 Travelall model year was the very last after starting production in 1953. Now is your chance to own a piece of history and have some fun with the family at the same time, check it out here to make an offer.

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