1973 International Harvester Mohs Safarikar

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Technical specifications

Manufacturer:International Harvester
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Black
Number of Cylinders:8
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Mohs Safarikar Prototype Convertible. 1 of 3 prototypes built with only 2 surviving built by the Mohs Seaplane of Madison Wisconsin which was owned by Mr Bruce Baldwin Mohs. This car was being produced for hunting large game in the African Safari but never made it to there. Car is built staring with a 1969 International Travelall as its base and modification from there using aluminum. This is a dual cowl dual windshield hardtop metal convertible. Up front is 3 bucket seats that came from Steve McQueen. Back seat area converts into a bed that sleeps 3 people by dropping down second cowl and back seat. Was restored using 40 yards x 50" wide of black naugahyde vinyl, 14 yards of black/red tuxedo carpet, 2,700 aluminum rivets, 7,000 stainless steel staples, 40 Large cans spray adhesive to stick foam to body,196 ft of ¼" thick x 1" wide wood strips & 4800 hrs of restoration. $179,000 OBO

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