1956 International AS148


  • Year of manufacture 
  • Mileage 
    342 124 mi / 550 596 km
  • Car type 
  • Country VAT 
  • Lot number 
  • Drive 
  • Condition 
  • Interior colour 
  • Number of doors 
  • Number of seats 
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
  • Gearbox 
  • Drivetrain 
  • Fuel type 


1956 International AS148
Year: 1956
Make: International
Model: AS148
Body: 2-Door Truck RHD
Odometer: Indicating 342,124 miles
Engine: 6-Cylinder Petrol
Transmission: Manual
Colour: Green / Brown
Seats: 2
- Matching numbers
- Ground up, no expensive spared restoration spanning from 2008-2013.
- Redgum timber tray
- Original engine
- Period Correct Condition
- Owners handbook, Spare parts and service book, trophies, restoration photos, Brochures and expenditure receipts

This International Harvester AS148 truck is a genuine example of a historic International truck sold in Australia. This example has undergone a ground up, no expensive spared restoration spanning from 2008-2013 and has sat as a showpiece at the Bodallin Motor Museum until making its way to NSW.

This included a full rebuild of the original engine and running gear, all new period correct interior, a back to bare metal respray for the cabin and tray edgings and new Redgum timber tray. This vehicle presents today in good condition and presents an excellent opportunity for the most discerning enthusiast to add it to any collection or put it back in service on the road.

A Melbourne-based subsidiary, the International Harvester Company of Australia Pty Ltd was established in 1912 to manage Australian distribution and sales of International Harvester products, with branch offices in interstate capital cities and a network of 550 dealers by the late 1940s. International Harvester became a major competitor to local manufacturers like H.V. McKay's Sunshine Harvester Works.

In response to restrictive Commonwealth import tariffs, International Harvester established its own Australian manufacturing operations, opening factories at Geelong in 1937, to produce agricultural equipment (and later tractors), at Dandenong in 1952, to produce motor trucks, and at Port Melbourne in 1958

Chassis No: 1828

Sold unregistered

As with all vehicles sold in the Classic Car Division, they have been well looked after by their previous owners. Unfortunately, due to the high volume of vehicles, Lloyds Auctions are unable to physically inspect every aspect of each vehicle and the description which should be used as a guide only have been compiled after speaking with the owners. Lloyds Auctions sells these vehicles under standard auction conditions that offers no warranties or cooling off period. Please feel free to call the Classic Car Division if you have any questions relating to any vehicle. Inspection is highly recommended.

Lloyds stock #100961+1210