Stock # 0440C
Mileage: N/A
7.6L I6 DT466E L
Allison 4spd Auto
Black Leather

1995 International Crew Cab

Featured in 8-Lug Magazine & Truck Trend
Low Mile 7.6L Navistar DT466E Inline-6, 620lb-ft
Shortened Frame, Air Suspension, Chopped Roof, Shaved Doors, Leather Bucket Seats

Date of Manufacture: 04/29/1994

We are selling this fantastic International Crew Cab on behalf of the Klairmont Kollection, a well-established collection and museum on the North side of Chicago. The build was completed in 2013 by Drake's Auto Repair of Au Sable Forks, New York. Detailed articles of the truck can be found online on Truck Trend Network, from back when the truck was painted orange and known as “Eye Candy”. Soon after the build was completed, the builder and his wife drove the truck down to Tennessee for a show, then multiple NY to FL runs that following year. The truck was then sold to a gentleman in Florida, who later had it painted black and the interior swapped out for black bucket seats front and rear. The truck was then sold to Chicago, where it now resides in a 100,000 square foot, 300+ vehicle museum.

- Please see the video along with the listing, as the car is shown in detail. Blemishes are all shown close-up and in direct sunlight, though there are very few. There is a scratch on the passenger front fender, as well as a lighter scratch on the driver's rear quarter. There are also two very small holes drilled into the rear of the bed cover, from where a rear spoiler was once mounted. Again, please defer to the video.
- Dimensions are 95” tall including spoiler, 219” long, and 95” wide. In order to have the wheels centered in the wheel wells, the frame was shortened by 7ft and 5ft was removed from the driveshaft. The roof was chopped down by 12”, all four door handles were shaved, front fenders were heavily modified, a stainless steel grille insert was added, Peterbuilt headlights and bumpers were fitted, mirrors came from a Hummer, the bed came off a '67 International Stepside, and the removable tonneau cover was from a late-model Chevy. Rear fenders were widened by 12” to accommodate 16” wide wheels in the rear. The truck has massive Michelin Super Singles in the rear, 445/50-22.5. 245/75-22.5 in the front. Alcoa 22.5” wheels are 8” wide in the front, 16” in the rear. The truck originally came with a 50-gallon step tank, but a pair of 150-gallon side tanks from a Western Star were adapted to the new shorter wheelbase.
- Polished surfaces are very nice throughout. This truck has been responsibly kept since the build was completed about five years ago. No oxidation or real signs of age on any polished surfaces.
- Glass and light lenses are all clear and crack-free.
- Wheels and tires are both excellent. Close to new. DOT number on tires is 1209.

- Black leather buckets and a nice, wide center console make this truck an exceptionally nice place to be. Seats are trimmed with green piping, which matches the Classic Custom seatback embroidering. Black carpeting, black headliner, black door panels. All in excellent shape. It's only been a couple of years since this interior was installed, and it presents as close to new. The two-spoke wooden wheel is a nice touch and complements the black leather very well.
- Gauges are all functional. Odometer reading of 194,177 indicates chassis mileage, not actual mileage, as the truck saw an engine swap from a wrecked, low-mile '98 school bus at the time of the build. Exact mileage is unknown, but it is estimated that the truck has been driven between 8,000-10,000 miles since the build was completed in 2013.
- AM/FM/CD JVC radio is functional and sounds great.
- Seats are powered. Windows are roll-up. Wipers are functional. Fan/blower is functional. This truck is not equipped with air conditioning. Lower dash insert is finished in a gasoline-metallic-like finish.

Under the Hood:
- Original International airbag suspension was retained.
- Engine is a Navistar DT466E Turbodiesel inline-6, transmission is a four speed Allison automatic. Both were taken from a '98 school bus that had been wrecked. The inline-6 is extremely torquey; 7.6L displacement, 250hp, and 620lb-ft. The engine was left stock for reliability's sake, with the exception of a new Garrett M24 turbo (A/R.58) and a huge set of 6” stacks for increased breathability. Taller 3.73 gears were also installed for better interstate cruising.

With any further questions, requests, or to discuss purchasing, please reach out to Jake at 773-267-2684.

1995 International Harvester

4700 Crew Cab

Stock # 0440C