IH announced the first Travelall in late 1952, but production did not begin until 1953, making this an example of the first Travelall model. There had been earlier woody wagons and panel truck conversions, but these were done by outside body companies, not IH. The first Travelalls were 2 door models, with a third door added with the 1955 A-Line and a fourth in the 1961 C-Line.The Travelall model was discontinued by IH in May, 1975. This example is on display at the National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States located in Auburn, Indiana.
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