1969 International Harvester Pickup, Model 1100
Owners: Bernie and Janice Taulborg Collection
Engine, etc.: 4-wheel drive; 8 cyl.; 4 speed
This truck has an all steel cab with safety glass windows. It has an adjustable full-width foam rubber front seat and contoured instrument panel. All engine functions have an individual gauge. It also has an overhead rear-view mirror, dual two-speed electronic windshield wipers, door locks, safety catches, insulated headliner, heavy-duty floor mat, and sun visor on the driver’s side.
In 1963 the light-duty C-series was slightly restyled and updated to become the 1000-series, with 1000, 1100,1200, 1300, and 1500 models.
In 1985 International Harvester Corporation sold its farm equipment division and rights to the IH logo to Tenneco, Inc., the owner of the J. I. Case Company.
After 1986 the remaining truck division of International Harvester changed its name to Navistar International Corporation which continues to use the IH brand name on its trucks.
http://content.wisconsinhistory.org/cdm/fullbrowser/collection/ihc/id/36104/rv/compoundobject/cpd/36160/rec/16 (Specifications, C-1100 model)