As much as we love all things LS, it is sometimes annoying to hear people talk like any other engine is unreliable and can’t be in a car you actually drive which is complete BS of course. And no vehicle expresses this fact than the 1936 International C1 pickup that Matt Cox put together. He’s got 13,000 miles on it since finishing it, and is hauling his teardrop camper all across the country with it as he takes this truck on every trip he can. And why wouldn’t he? It’s awesome. This is a rad little truck and super cool to see at a show or on the road.
And did we mention that he’s only had it done for a year? Yeah, he’s driving the snot out of this thing. It’s small block powered, with a tunnel ram, and when you look at it you don’t think long-range driver, but that is sort of the point isn’t it? Watch the video.
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Matt Cox’s 1936 International Truck and camper are the culmination of form meets function. The truck is based on a C1 International pickup that’s been treated to traditional hot rod mods such as chopping and channeling, and the teardrop trailer is Matt’s very own creation. Finished only a year ago, Matt already had 13,000 miles on the odometer and he’s checking off destinations and making memories along the way.