Beautiful Restoration on this 1964 International Harvester C1100 1/2 ton pick up.
This 1964 International Harvester C1100 pickup was delivered new to Bruner Truck Sales in Beloit, Wisconsin, and was acquired by the seller in 2012. The truck was refurbished during previous ownership, and it is finished in two-tone red and white over a replacement gray interior. Power is from a 240ci inline-six paired with a four-speed manual transmission and a 3.73:1 limited-slip differential. This C1100 is now offered with spare parts, a line setting ticket, and a clean Michigan title in the seller’s name.
The exterior was refinished in red with white bed accents during previous ownership, and equipment includes a chrome front bumper, roof lights, a spray-on bedliner, and an aftermarket rear step bumper. Two stock rear bumpers that require refurbishment are included in the sale. Corrosion is present in the cowl below the windshield, on the rocker panels, on the passenger door, and on the left side of the bed. The factory 8.5′ bed was replaced with a 7′ bed during previous ownership. The cowl vent is said to leak in the rain.
Red-painted 16″ steel wheels wear International Harvester hubcaps and 215/85 Firestone Transforce HT tires. Work performed during previous ownership in 2012 is said to have included repairs of the axle stops and brake lines, along with the installation of replacement brake hoses and axle seals and shims.
The cabin is painted body-color and features a bench seat upholstered in replacement gray vinyl with striped cloth inserts, along with matching door panels and a black rubber floor liner. Equipment includes a heater and crank windows.
The gray dashboard houses a radio, the climate controls, and a glovebox. Instrumentation includes a 100-mph speedometer and gauges for amperage, fuel level, water temperature, and oil pressure. The five-digit odometer shows 43k miles, 3k of which were added by the seller. True mileage is unknown.
The 240ci inline-six sends power to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual transmission and 3.73:1 limited-slip differential. Work performed in 2015 is said to have included a rebuild of the starter motor and the installation of a replacement alternator, alternator belt, and voltage regulator. Maintenance carried out in September 2019 reportedly included an oil change, a chassis lube, and the installation of a replacement battery.
The floorboards were replaced during previous ownership. Additional underside photos are provided in the gallery below.
The sale includes spare parts and a line setting ticket, the latter of which is viewable in the gallery below.