April 9, 2023
THOROLD, ON. – This 1964 International Series 1300 flatbed wasn’t wearing any For Sale signs when we came across it last summer, nor was it wearing any plates so, who knows why it was there? From the outside it looks to be in remarkable shape. The 1300 was part of International’s Light Duty truck lineup, which also included 1100 and 1200 models. And for two short years (1963-64) Int’l also offered the 900 Series, which was, at the time, the shortest and least expensive North American-built pickup on the market. It had a six-foot long bed mounted on a 107-inch wheelbase, and was powered by a 93.4-hp four-cylinder engine. The 1300 trucks were available with wheelbases of 122, 131, and 134 inches. Standard engine was a straight six of 241 cubic inches, with optional V8s of 266, and 304 cubic inches.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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