WEFOUNDInternational Harvester 1440 Combine Engine Parts Manual (all SN#)


This 1963 International Harvester Travelall is a third-generation, rear-wheel drive C-1000   Custom model that is equipped with a 266ci V8 and 4-speed manual transmission. This wagon was purchased new in San Antonio, Texas and moved to Montana with its original owner, who passed away in the late 1970s. It was recently acquired from the son of its second owner, with whom it had spent the prior 32 years. Now located with the selling dealer in Michigan, it is described as largely stock and mechanically solid. The sale includes records dating to 1966 and a clean Michigan title.

Originally white throughout, sheet metal received a 1988 repaint in the two-tone scheme with custom pin striping seen here. Trim includes large towing mirrors and bright aftermarket door guards, as well as painted and pinstriped bumpers front and rear. Rockers, door bottoms, and jambs are shown in detail below.

White-painted steel wheels wear matching polished IH hub caps and are mounted with 15″ Michelin whitewalls. Glass includes an operational electric rear window, while cracks are noted in two panes on the passenger’s side. A cleat mounted on the grille functioned as a canoe tie-down for the prior owner, who was an avid outdoorsman.

This 1963 International Harvester Travelall is a third-generation, rear-wheel drive C-1000   Custom model that is equipped with a 266ci V8 and 4-speed manual transmission. This wagon was purchased new in San Antonio, Texas and moved to Montana with its original owner, who passed away in the late 1970s. It was recently acquired from the son of its second owner, with whom it had spent the prior 32 years. Now located with the selling dealer in Michigan, it is described as largely stock and mechanically solid. The sale includes records dating to 1966 and a clean Michigan title.

Originally white throughout, sheet metal received a 1988 repaint in the two-tone scheme with custom pin striping seen here. Trim includes large towing mirrors and bright aftermarket door guards, as well as painted and pinstriped bumpers front and rear. Rockers, door bottoms, and jambs are shown in detail below.

White-painted steel wheels wear matching polished IH hub caps and are mounted with 15″ Michelin whitewalls. Glass includes an operational electric rear window, while cracks are noted in two panes on the passenger’s side. A cleat mounted on the grille functioned as a canoe tie-down for the prior owner, who was an avid outdoorsman.

This 1975 International Harvester 150 4×4 is powered by a 345ci V8 mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox and benefits from a repaint conducted three months ago. The interior was refreshed and includes new upholstery, sound deadening, and weatherstripping. The engine was serviced by Karol’s Garage in Los Angeles, California and work included installing an electronic ignition and carburetor. The seller installed a new clutch, pressure plate, and resurfaced the flywheel. The refurbished wheels wear 31×10.5″ General tires all around and this Harvester is now being offered with a clean California title in the seller’s name.

The truck was repainted three months ago in Ford Royal Maroon and includes new fender mounted side markers, taillights, and turn signal lenses. The trim, mirrors, and bumpers were painted semi-gloss black. The seller notes a few visible dents and a small crack on the tailgate where filler was applied to fill a seam.

The 15″ wheels were painted black and wear new 31×10.5″ General Grabber all terrain tires at all four corners. New front shock absorbers were installed, along with rear brake springs and the bed lined with Herculiner rubberized coating.

This 1963 International Harvester Travelall is a third-generation, rear-wheel drive C-1000   Custom model that is equipped with a 266ci V8 and 4-speed manual transmission. This wagon was purchased new in San Antonio, Texas and moved to Montana with its original owner, who passed away in the late 1970s. It was recently acquired from the son of its second owner, with whom it had spent the prior 32 years. Now located with the selling dealer in Michigan, it is described as largely stock and mechanically solid. The sale includes records dating to 1966 and a clean Michigan title.

Originally white throughout, sheet metal received a 1988 repaint in the two-tone scheme with custom pin striping seen here. Trim includes large towing mirrors and bright aftermarket door guards, as well as painted and pinstriped bumpers front and rear. Rockers, door bottoms, and jambs are shown in detail below.

White-painted steel wheels wear matching polished IH hub caps and are mounted with 15″ Michelin whitewalls. Glass includes an operational electric rear window, while cracks are noted in two panes on the passenger’s side. A cleat mounted on the grille functioned as a canoe tie-down for the prior owner, who was an avid outdoorsman.

This 1975 International Harvester 150 4×4 is powered by a 345ci V8 mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox and benefits from a repaint conducted three months ago. The interior was refreshed and includes new upholstery, sound deadening, and weatherstripping. The engine was serviced by Karol’s Garage in Los Angeles, California and work included installing an electronic ignition and carburetor. The seller installed a new clutch, pressure plate, and resurfaced the flywheel. The refurbished wheels wear 31×10.5″ General tires all around and this Harvester is now being offered with a clean California title in the seller’s name.

The truck was repainted three months ago in Ford Royal Maroon and includes new fender mounted side markers, taillights, and turn signal lenses. The trim, mirrors, and bumpers were painted semi-gloss black. The seller notes a few visible dents and a small crack on the tailgate where filler was applied to fill a seam.

The 15″ wheels were painted black and wear new 31×10.5″ General Grabber all terrain tires at all four corners. New front shock absorbers were installed, along with rear brake springs and the bed lined with Herculiner rubberized coating.

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