22. International Harvester Travelall
There was a time when International was more than a big rig manufacturer. The company had a line of sport utility vehicles that were well-built and offered all of the versatility you see today. Before the Suburban hit mainstream popularity, there was the Harvester Travelall. The Harvester was available in a four-door configuration and initially a two-door before the company discontinued it. The big V8 engine was enough to haul tools around the farm, while the interior volume was enough to take the entire family on a trip. The Harvester had all of the comfort features such as air conditioning and even an 8-track player in the console.
The body styling was eerily modern for the period, which led a lot of buyers into International showrooms. Unfortunately, by the 80s, sales had begun to tank and the company just didn’t have the resources to compete on a mainstream level. Thus, the Harvester went the way of automotive history. In recent years, the values of these vehicles have skyrocketed, and a good condition one will fetch you a fair amount of money. There’s a huge aftermarket community that has interest in these vehicles.