2001 international 4700

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2001 International DT466 4700 Box Truck. Automatic 6 speed transmission. 26 foot box, 102x102 . Lift Gate. Truck is clean, runs and drives excellent. Clean title. Less than 500 miles on the engine.

Condition: Seller Notes:
“This Truck is in great condition with less than 500 miles on complete rebuild. We spent over $10,000 on rebuild only a few months ago , but are switching our fleet to cab-overs for better maneuverability in San Francisco as it can get a bit tight. The motor is under warranty. The chassis itself has under 118,000 miles. The truck runs great and everything operates as it should. Please feel free to ask any questions. Thank you”
Year: 2001 VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 1htscaam51h377646
Mileage: 117427 Engine Horsepower: 230
Make: International Fuel Type: Diesel
Model: 4700 Box Truck For Sale By: Private Seller
Class: Class 6 (19,501-26,000 lbs.) Transmission Type: Automatic
Suspension Type: Spring Vehicle Title: Clear
Tire Size: 22.5" Number of Axles: Single
Options: Lift Gate, Translucent Box Roof, Forklift Rated Box Floor, Alloy Wheels Engine Make: International
Power Options: Air Conditioning
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International S series

For bus use, see International S series (bus chassis).

Motor vehicle

The International S series is a range of trucks that was manufactured by International Harvester (later Navistar International) from 1977 to 2001. Introduced to consolidate the medium-duty IHC Loadstar and heavy-duty IHC Fleetstar into a single product range, the S series was slotted below the Transtar and Paystar Class 8 conventionals.

The IHC S series was produced in a number of variants for a wide variety of applications, including straight trucks, semitractors, vocational trucks, and severe-service trucks. Additionally, the S series was produced in other body configurations, including a four-door crew cab, cutaway cab, cowled chassis, and a stripped chassis (primarily for school buses). The chassis was produced with both gasoline and diesel powertrains (the latter exclusively after 1986), single or tandem rear axles, and two, four, or, six-wheel drive layouts.

The last complete product line designed within the existence of International Harvester, the S series was produced in its original form through 1989. During 1989, the S-Series underwent a major revision and was split into multiple model lines. After 2001, International phased in product lines based upon the "NGV" architecture; severe-service and bus chassis variants produced through 2003 and 2004, respectively.

Previous use of name[edit]

1956 International Harvester S100

The S-series model designation was first used by International Harvester during the 1950s. During 1955 production, the R series model family underwent an update, with International renaming its light-duty and medium-duty trucks the S-series.

The model designation was used through 1957, when International introduced the A-series model family as an all-new design.

First generation (S series; 1978–1989)[edit]

Navistar 2500 in use as a municipal service truck

In April 1977, International Harvester unveiled the medium-duty S series at an event at the New Orleans Superdome.[1] The initial lineup consisted of heavier-duty 2200, 2500, and 2600 models (28,000-45,000 lb gross vehicle weight rating - GVWR), replacing the Fleetstar. In the summer of 1978,[2] lighter-GVWR models (replacing the Loadstar) were released for sale. The 21 models of the full lineup had a high degree of parts interghangability; this standardization helped lower the number of parts used by 30%.[3]

Following the discontinuation of the IHC pickup-truck line in 1975, the S series was designed with a model-specific cab, replacing the pickup-truck cab used for the Loadstar (designed for the 1957 A series). More vertically oriented than its predecessor, the design was much wider, as well. To lower maintenance costs, all windows in the cab were designed with flat glass, including the windshield. Similar in style to the tilting hood introduced for the Loadstar in 1972, all S-series trucks were given a tilting fiberglass hood.

The S series was produced throughout the 1980s, largely unmodified, and 1987 marked several changes to the S-series trucks. To reflect the corporate transition of the company from International Harvester to Navistar International, S-series trucks received changes in their badging (alongside all International vehicles). On the grille, the word "International" across the top of the grille was replaced by a red Navistar "diamond" logo alongside "International" in red at the bottom left of the grille. Inside, the IHC "tractor" logo on the steering wheel was replaced by a Navistar diamond logo. In a major shift, for 1987, International became the first truck manufacturer to produce a medium-duty product line powered exclusively by diesel engines.


Originally intended to use the International Tristar nameplate, the S series consolidated the aging Loadstar and Fleetstar trucks under a single product line. Tandem-axle (6x4) versions of the S series were named F-series trucks.[4]

Class 6 trucks[edit]

The S1600, S1700, S1800, and S1900 were introduced in 1979. Replacing the International Harvester Loadstar model line, the model was produced in a number of configurations, with single and tandem rear axles, 4x4/6x6 drive options, and gasoline and diesel engines. The S-1800 and S-1900-were produced as both truck tractors (for semitrailers) and straight trucks, while the S-1700 and S-1800 were used in the production of International Harvester bus chassis (primarily for school-bus use).

Class 7-8 trucks[edit]

Introduced in 1978 as the replacement for the Fleetstar, the S2100 and S2200 were joined by the severe-service S2500 and S2600, slotted below the International Paystar 5000. Configured primarily as tractors, the S2100s were fitted with a sloped hood. To accommodate larger-bore diesel engines under a standard-length hood, the S2200 was fitted with a widened cab (distinguished by a two-piece windshield).

In 1982, the S2300 was introduced; the model line was essentially an S2100 with International diesel engines replaced with Cummins-sourced powertrains.[5]

1978–1983 models

Model[6]Max. front GAWR[a]Max. rear GAWREngine[b]Trans [c]
1600 4x25,000 lb (2,300 kg)15,000 lb (6,800 kg)V-345 4M, 4A
Binder 4x21,600 lb (730 kg)15,000 lb (6,800 kg)V-3455M, 4A
1700 4x27,500 lb (3,400 kg)15,500 lb (7,000 kg)MV-404, D-17010M, 5A
1800 4x26,000 lb (2,700 kg)15,500 lb (7,000 kg)MV-446, DT-46613M, 5A
1800 4x49,000 lb (4,100 kg)15,500 lb (7,000 kg)MV-446, DT-4665M, 4A
1900 4x28,000 lb (3,600 kg)17,500 lb (7,900 kg)MV-446, DT-46610M, 5A
1900 6x49,000 lb (4,100 kg)34,000 lb (15,000 kg)MV-466, DT-46610M, 5A
1900 6x69,000 lb (4,100 kg)34,000 lb (15,000 kg)MV-466, DT-4665M
2100 4x29,000 lb (4,100 kg)17,500 lb (7,900 kg)V-537, DT-46610M
2100 6x49,000 lb (4,100 kg)34,000 lb (15,000 kg)V-537, DT-46610M
2200 4x210,800 lb (4,900 kg)23,000 lb (10,000 kg)Cat 340613M
2200 6X412,000 lb (5,400 kg)23,000 lb (10,000 kg)Cat 340613M
2300 4x4 12,000 lb (5,400 kg) 41,000 lb (19,000 kg)
2500 4x2 16,000 lb (7,300 kg) 29,000 lb (13,000 kg) Cat 3406 13M
2500 6X418,000 lb (8,200 kg)44,000 lb (20,000 kg)Cat 340613M
2600 4x216,000 lb (7,300 kg)29,000 lb (13,000 kg)Cum PT13M
2600 6X418,000 lb (8,200 kg)44,000 lb (20,000 kg)Cum PT13M

Second generation (1989–2001)[edit]

As a running change during 1989 production, the S-series model line underwent an extensive revision. While the cab structure was retained, the interior and exterior underwent a complete redesign. To optimize aerodynamics, the model line was given a lower hoodline and closer-fitting fenders (with halogen headlamps and wraparound turn signals). An all-new dashboard received a redesigned instrument panel along with a two-spoke steering wheel.

During its production life, the second-generation vehicles had few major changes. From 1989 to its 2001 discontinuation, the exterior remained nearly unchanged; in 1992, International changed the design of the instrument panel, updating the entire interior in 1995.


International 8100 4x2 tractor towing solar panels

For 1989, International split the S-series model line into three distinct model families, all sharing the same cab structure. The 4000 series was the medium-duty truck range (the 3000 series bus chassis replaced the "Schoolmaster"), with the 7100/8100 serving as the Class 7/8 tractor series. The 2500/2600 severe-service truck were carried over, dropping their S-series badging prefix.

Class 5-7 trucks[edit]

Replacing the S1600 through S1900, the 4000 series was again produced in a number of configurations, with single and tandem rear axles, 4x4/6x6 drive options. Produced exclusively with diesel engines, the 4000 series was produced with the IDI V8 and DT360/DT466 engines.

The 4000 series was produced through 2001, when it was replaced by an all-new 4000 series (now the International DuraStar).

Class 7-8 trucks[edit]

Replacing the S2100 and S2300, the 7100 and 8100 were introduced in 1989; the wide-body S2200 was not replaced. Configured nearly exclusively as tractors, the 8000 series was powered by the Cummins L10 diesel; the 7100 was a variant powered by the DT466.

The 8000 series was produced through 2001, when it was replaced by an all-new 8000 series (now the International Transtar).

Severe-service trucks[edit]

Again slotted below the Paystar, the 2500 and 2600 severe-service trucks dropped their S-series prefix. During the 1990s, the set-back axle 2674 was restyled with the aerodynamic hood of the 8300. The 2500/2600 remained in production through 2003, outlasted only by the 3800 school-bus chassis.

4500S1600Low-profile chassis
4700Low-profile chassis
4900S1800Available with tandem rear axles
8200Long hood truck-tractor
8300Long hood truck-tractor
2500Long hood
2600Long hood, set-back front axle
Available in 4x2, 4x4, 6x4, and 6x6 drive
3600Australasia-specific model, similar to 2500
model-specific hood

Bus use[edit]

Main article: International S series (bus chassis)

Wayne Lifeguard school bus with International 3800 chassis (retired)
Navistar International bus in Mexico

Throughout its production, the S series was used as a cowled chassis for bus manufacturers. Used primarily for yellow school buses in the United States and Canada, the S series also was used outside of North America as a basis to produce other types of bus bodies. Introduced in 1979, the bus variant of the S series was one of the final models designed by International Harvester before its transition to Navistar. In 1989, the S-series bus chassis was rechristened the 3000 series with the fitment of the new-generation Navistar cowl.

Produced until 2004, the bus chassis outlived its truck counterpart by three years; its 25-year production run is the longest of any product ever sold by International Harvester or Navistar.


Models Replaced Notes


Loadstar 1703

Loadstar 1803

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Produced 1992-1998






V-345345 cu in (5.7 l)G V8197 hp (147 kW)309 lb⋅ft (419 N⋅m)
V-392392 cu in (6.4 l)G V8236 hp (176 kW)
MV-404404 cu in (6.6 l)G V8210 hp (160 kW)336 lb⋅ft (456 N⋅m)
MV-446446 cu in (7.3 l)G V8235 hp (175 kW)
D-190549 cu in (9.0 l)D V8190 hp (140 kW)340 lb⋅ft (460 N⋅m)
IDI-420420 cu in (6.9 l)D V8170 hp (130 kW)
IDI-444444 cu in (7.3 l)D V8190 hp (140 kW)388 lb⋅ft (526 N⋅m)
Cat 3208636 cu in (10.4 l)D V8210 hp (160 kW)
Cat 3406893 cu in (14.6 l)D I6380 hp (280 kW)
Cum NTC-350855 cu in (14.0 l)D I6350 hp (260 kW)
Cum M11659 cu in (10.8 l)D I6500 hp (370 kW)1,550 lb⋅ft (2,100 N⋅m)
DD 6-71426 cu in (7.0 l)D I6230 hp (170 kW)
DD 6V-92552 cu in (9.0 l)D V6335 hp (250 kW)
DD 8V-92736 cu in (12.1 l)D V8400 hp (300 kW)

See also[edit]


  1. ^Gross Axle Weight Rating is the loaded weight of the axle.
  2. ^Highest rated gasoline, diesel engine.
  3. ^Speeds in manual(M), automatic(A) transmission
  4. ^Engines are International unless noted as Caterpillar(Cat), Cummins(Cum), or Detroit Diesel(DD).
  5. ^Gasoline(G), diesel(D), inline(I), (V), and number of cylinders.


  • American Truck & Bus Spotter's Guide: 1920-1985, by Tad Burness.
  • International Trucks, by Frederick W. Crismon

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_S_series
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2001 INTERNATIONAL 4700 - 79,000 miles
Price: $25,500

Truck Type: Specialty Work Trucks
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Engine: IHC T444E    Horsepower: 185

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2001 INTERNATIONAL 4700 - 250,000 miles
Price: $12,500

Truck Type: Reefers
SubCategory: Non CDL up to 26,000# GVW
Engine: IHC DT466E   

Description: 6 speed transmission, 16' Drake reefer body with ThermoKing MD-IISR-30, roll up door, aluminum floor, kemlite lining, scuff. Will seperate.
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2001 INTERNATIONAL 4700 - 200,000 miles
Price: $12,500

Truck Type: Vans
SubCategory: Non CDL up to 26,000# GVW
Engine: IHC T444E    Horsepower: 190

Description: Automatic transmission, 24' Morgan van body with ramp. Fleet maintained. Service records with truck.
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2001 INTERNATIONAL 4700 - 70,000 miles
Price: $24,500

Truck Type: Specialty Work Trucks
SubCategory: Hook Lift Transmission: auto

Description: 2001 Int�l 4700 LoPro, 7.3L turbo diesel, Allison auto., only 70k miles, runs & drives excel., equipped w/15,000# Switch-n-go unit, $24,500.
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Truck Type: Dumps
SubCategory: Non CDL up to 26,000# GVW
Engine: Int'l DT360    Transmission: 5 spd

Description: 1990 Int'l 4700, DT360, 5 spd., air brakes, 4 year old 10' dump box. Truck is not bad for an old girl. Runs nice, drives & shifts good, great local...
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1994 INTERNATIONAL 4700 - 284,303 miles
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Stock Number: 53930
Truck Type: Vans
Engine: International    Transmission: Spicer Manual Wheel Base: 236

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1999 INTERNATIONAL 4700 - 693,783 miles
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Stock Number: 54178
Truck Type: Vans
Engine: International    Horsepower: 466 Transmission: Spicer Manual

Description: 1999 INTERNATIONAL 4700 BOX TRUCK, 693783 MILES ON ODO, ECM 330198, 25500 GVW, 12250 UNLADEN WT, INTERNATIONAL DT466E 6 CYL 466 HP ENG, DIESEL 2...
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1992 INTERNATIONAL 4700 - 359,977 miles
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Stock Number: 54225
Truck Type: Light Duty
SubCategory: Flatbed/Stake/Rack
Engine: International    Transmission: Manual Wheel Base: 238

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Price: $30,000

Truck Type: Dumps
SubCategory: Non CDL up to 26,000# GVW
Engine: Int'l    Transmission: 7

Description: 1999 Int'l 4700 Dump Truck, DT466, 7 spd., 60k miles, 25, 000# GVW, 12' alum. dump w/removable sides, pintle hook, gooseneck hitch, in good shape, ...
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Stock Number: 54736
Truck Type: Tractors
SubCategory: Single Axle Day Cab
Engine: International    Horsepower: 445 Transmission: Manual

Description: 2000 INTERNATIONAL 4700 SERVICE TRUCK, TITLE DELAY, ECM 161174, 29800 GVW, 21540 LT WT, V8 DIESEL, 7.3 ENGINE, V8, 2 TANK DIESEL, 7 SPEED MANUAL, ...
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