Here's Why You've Never Heard of This Pickup Truck

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  • Published: 05 June 2019
  • Here's Why You've Never Heard of This Pickup Truck, truck review and truck tour with auto mechanic Scotty Kilmer. Driving an old truck. Car show off contest winner Drew and his 1970 International 1300D pickup truck. This 50 year old truck used to be in government service and has tons of mods. DIY car repair with Scotty Kilmer, an auto mechanic for the last 51 years.

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  • Scotty Kilmer
    Scotty Kilmer   5 months back

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    • Brian Johnson
      Brian Johnson  4 months back

      have you made an episode about electronic power steering on Chevy like that teverses and the equinox. Just had one come into the shop it pulled 2 codes I don't remember what they are now but it's my first rodeo

    • James Hall
      James Hall  5 months back

      Excellent trucks we had a few at the construction company I worked  during high school back in the seventies.

    • Spimobile
      Spimobile  5 months back

      I own 13

    • Smokeasaurus Rex
      Smokeasaurus Rex  5 months back

      Scotty my 2014 1500 Silverado crew cab has 45k miles on it when would be a good time to swap them out? Any help would be much appreciated thanks scotty

    • iTexter Rax
      iTexter Rax  5 months back

      I like, old trucks they are cool :).

  • ADP
    ADP  1 months back

    I still drive a 72 IHC Travelall 3/4 ton. 392 and 727 transmission. Mine does have the A/C and electric tailgate window that still works geat.

    • COMBAT DOC
      COMBAT DOC  2 months back

      GREEN W/ENVY

      • Ray Brock
        Ray Brock  2 months back

        I have a 73 travelall body flatbed dump old caltrans truck.

        • karson bollinger
          karson bollinger  3 months back

          Title had nothing to do with the video...this is a common trend on ur channel...

          • purple filth
            purple filth  4 months back

            Trevor Phillips truck

            • Kenneth Krueger
              Kenneth Krueger  4 months back

              Bet that ride is fun...Q,does that watch include built in camping utensils,tent and potty?

              • Rich Doh54
                Rich Doh54  4 months back

                I rather have an old truck. Simple to work on them.

                • Robin Hood
                  Robin Hood  4 months back

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                  Tapi bacotnya kunci inggris
                  Set dah
                  Tapi konten lo keren
                  👍👍

                  • A huitzotl
                    A huitzotl  4 months back

                    Yea I had a 99 s10 zr2 pickup, the 4x4 was garbage only thing that saved me from getting stuck was the Eaton locker in the rear axle 😐

                    • T J
                      T J  4 months back

                      The USB car charger plugged into the cigarette lighter looks a little out of place in the ole girl.

                      • Samuel Esquivel
                        Samuel Esquivel  4 months back

                        I recently acquired a 1972 1200 international truck. It's great so Far. Love how it looks

                        • Cb Boggs
                          Cb Boggs  4 months back

                          I've had many I H trucks years ago. The best built truck ever. Only downfall is without the line setting ticket, parts could be a challenge.
                          I recently bought a 1953 L 110 saving it from the crusher.

                          • graybeardproductions
                            graybeardproductions  4 months back

                            International trucks were tough. Never understood the no low range in the transfer case though. Sweet rig

                            • James Glenn
                              James Glenn  4 months back

                              Those are very heavy duty trucks , very friendly to work on.

                              • oldtractorsandfarming
                                oldtractorsandfarming  4 months back

                                I know exactly what this truck is. It’s one of my favorites. I’d rather drive one of these or any other brand from back when trucks were made for work, built to last and not $60,000

                                • steve1758
                                  steve1758  4 months back

                                  My brother owed a 1971 International Scout in 1980

                                  • C17H25N
                                    C17H25N  4 months back

                                    "Never heard of this truck" ? Hahahahahaaahahaahah..........I'm old enough when these were quite common along with the Scout and the Carry-all. Worked for a shop that had one
                                    of these as a tow truck. Damn fine engine.

                                    • 5.0 Coyote
                                      5.0 Coyote  4 months back

                                      My dad had an International when I was a kid I sure miss it. I wanna say it was a 1964 C900.

                                      • RJim Harris
                                        RJim Harris  4 months back

                                        Paid $950 .00 for my 1200 international .

                                        • Joseph Anderson
                                          Joseph Anderson  4 months back

                                          I had a 1970 when the International motor died we dropped a 400hp 350 Chevy with a 400 th trans. High 4wd it would smoke all 4 tires. It would crawl through anything.

                                          • eric
                                            eric  4 months back

                                            Old binders are my love

                                            • Wabefuhon
                                              Wabefuhon  4 months back

                                              My uncle had a International Harvester Scout II. The sad thing about International trucks is parts aren't being made.

                                              • Craig Tegeler
                                                Craig Tegeler  4 months back

                                                The U.S. Army had purchased a few of them in the 70's and they were spec'd as a 1 ton stake bed to carry troops, cargo or supplies back and forth from garrison to rifle ranges and could be used very quickly out in the impact areas when the fire class danger was high to help stamp out brush fires. The training post that i worked at had 3 of them out of about 10 in all, being 1 ton stake bed trucks. The International models with a 4 speed, had a 1st gear that was very low geared (Granny-Gear) and would only achieve around 7-9 MPG whereas the a 1977 Chevy 1 ton stake bed body would typically get around 10-12 mpg. Both of those trucks were equipped with stardard transmissions and the one that took top popularity was the Chevy...Hands Down! If the International needed a clutch or a transmission to be replaced, it would just sit for up to 5-6 weeks before the repairs could be made whereby the clutches and tranny's in the Chevy models just kept going upwards into 100,000 mile and beyond! Most International 1 ton transmission models would suffer from early syncro failure and gear clashing, which met their early transmission failures and thus were the absolute worst piles of crap imaginable! If that truck were to be staged at military AF Bases or perhaps in a more controlled areas, well then their serviceability and maintenance records would have been okay. Outside of that, they were pretty powerful beasts for as long as they lasted with a very limited range of applications. I would have loved to of actually own a Chevy 1 ton stake bed body, because they were indeed very nice! Same thing with the Chevy 5/4 ton tactical 4X4! The 1970-72 Dodge 5 Ton stake bed truck with the Slant-6 engine was also a complete pile of crap too! That's what happens when the government low-balls their bidding on some of these refuse (JUNK) vehicles!

                                                • Emanuel Mouratidis
                                                  Emanuel Mouratidis  4 months back

                                                  way to old for me!

                                                  • Bayan1905
                                                    Bayan1905  4 months back

                                                    I went to high school in 1994 with a kid who owned a blue version of that same truck, don't know where he got it from, but it also had a flat bed on it. His had a bed like that so it wasn't a back yard fix up, but was a well done thing. It was a beast and would go anywhere.

                                                    • The Ghost
                                                      The Ghost  4 months back

                                                      Those baby's, both Dodges and Internationals are dime a dozen here. I miss that tinny thump of the doors when pulled closed, the old man had an old ex-ambulance. Loud and drafty during the winter, but they had a really nice round heater under the dash that could throw out a lot of heat. But took 1/2 an hour to warm the large space inside the ambulance.

                                                      • ed k
                                                        ed k  4 months back

                                                        Scouts are pretty sought after nowadays

                                                        • Jared Allen
                                                          Jared Allen  4 months back

                                                          I love the old iron. Simply. Tough. Dependable. Easy to work on.
                                                          Let me know when you get tired of driving this old gal... I will love her and give her a good home. :)

                                                          • 420 YEET
                                                            420 YEET  4 months back

                                                            3:39 - wow, foot high beam switch. Man that brings back memories when I was a little kid and my dad, Satan kill his soul, would have those old 70s hoopties he'd drive around. I wonder why car companies stopped doing this?

                                                            • David Bo58
                                                              David Bo58  4 months back

                                                              1950 R180

                                                              • Donald Bartram
                                                                Donald Bartram  4 months back

                                                                I've heard International Pick ups & also the original SUV the Scout

                                                                • Stuart Paley
                                                                  Stuart Paley  4 months back

                                                                  I owned ONE it was a real good ride

                                                                  • Kimbocf Aloggo
                                                                    Kimbocf Aloggo  4 months back

                                                                    I have heard of them though

                                                                    • Rico Munoz
                                                                      Rico Munoz  4 months back

                                                                      Nice truck. I just bought a 68 dump

                                                                      • Nick E
                                                                        Nick E  4 months back

                                                                        U had one that was Ex Fire Depts Brush Truck by Pierce,Big wide front bumper with a Winch,dually,4x4, 348, 4 Speed,it will take you to the tater patch and back

                                                                        • Larry Bensley
                                                                          Larry Bensley  4 months back

                                                                          Yes we did it's because when I was a kid we had them on the road

                                                                          • Ivol Caudill
                                                                            Ivol Caudill  4 months back

                                                                            That truck is awesome! I used to work for the Ohio Division of Forestry. I have put quite a few miles on that truck. You got lucky. I left the division before they decided to part with it. I always said it would be sitting in my driveway some day. Glad to hear that someone who can appreciate it got their hands on it.

                                                                            • DrOlds7298
                                                                              DrOlds7298  4 months back

                                                                              Heard of one? I used to OWN one!!! First Truck I ever owned! Same year,a '71 2wd 3/4 ton long bed stepside,and it was oversprung I'm sure. Old Highway Dept. unit from 'somewhere'. Bought it cheap,needed front tires,brakes needed work,and the back lights were out. That awful yellow,with the stripes on the tailgate....I called it the 'Bumble Bee' because of the paint scheme,long before the Transformers came out? Manual steering/brakes,4 spd w/ 'Granny Low'. Previous owner stuck an old Ford AM/FM/8trk radio in it,looked like they used a sawblade and a pair of pliers to make it fit!!! No AC,of course. Straight front axle. Geared down like a Wrecker. Heavy,shop built back bumper and a steel plate in the bottom of the bed.Thing was only good for about 65-68 mph anyway. After I sold it, My father,and a few other people (I even did a few times?) would tell me 'Hey! I saw your old Truck on the road!' Last I saw it,(About 18 yrs ago...I sold it in '85!!) it was being used by a guy who did paving/concrete work,and ALWAYS loaded down,and most times towing a tandem trailer!!

                                                                              • DrOlds7298
                                                                                DrOlds7298  4 months back

                                                                                'My' old truck was so easily spotted by others and myself due to a modification I had to do. Remember the part about the rear lights not working?? In order to make 'all' the lights function,I had to split the circuits. Turn/Parking lights were the 'original' tail lights,the brake lights were two round 'lollypop' trailer lights mounted to the top of the back bumper,right below the 'original' lights.

                                                                            • michael nemeth
                                                                              michael nemeth  4 months back

                                                                              Very Cool Truck!

                                                                              • Rhinoceros
                                                                                Rhinoceros  4 months back

                                                                                I love vintage trucks thanks for sharing. I miss the old days when trucks were meant to be driven and cruisin only, and get the job done from a to b, and none of that fancy tech whatever

                                                                                • rgbigdog
                                                                                  rgbigdog  4 months back

                                                                                  You need to service that cable on your winch.

                                                                                  • History Buff
                                                                                    History Buff  4 months back

                                                                                    I bet ths issue you had with the S10 was with the rubber vacuum vavle on the fender

                                                                                    • John Smith
                                                                                      John Smith  4 months back

                                                                                      About 10 years ago I was at the international dealer picking up some parts. It was, what I thought was, a new International pickup. It was an international 4300, short wheelbase, and had a bed on it that looked to be off a Ford 350 duelly. Don't know if it was something International built or was a customers truck , but it was out in the lot. A 4300 based unit would be one hell of a pickup.

                                                                                      • Digital Brand
                                                                                        Digital Brand  4 months back

                                                                                        I’m looking at a ‘46 Chevy flatbed with a straight six, way cool truck. Still runs.

                                                                                        • Danny Lee: Rocksmith
                                                                                          Danny Lee: Rocksmith  4 months back

                                                                                          4:02. USB...lolllolololo

                                                                                          • robert Diamond
                                                                                            robert Diamond  4 months back

                                                                                            Get er done truck

                                                                                            • darold zink
                                                                                              darold zink  4 months back

                                                                                              I own a 92 dodge d350 Cummins pickup I wouldn't trade for ten new trucks !

                                                                                              • Mike Ries
                                                                                                Mike Ries  4 months back

                                                                                                Ppl want my old 96 3500 but think I'll sell it for 800 bucks. I laugh and tell them that the turbocharger is worth 2 grand. 12 valve Cummins don't grow on trees.