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2 International MXT For Sale It was unveiled at the 2005 Chicago Auto Show as one of the most extreme truck concepts available. As part of the XT line of International trucks, the Military Extreme Truck, or MXT, is a massive pickup truck built on an industrial chassis with a crew cab.
The MXT (“Most eXtreme Truck”) was made for just a single year, and just 1,500 were ever built. They don’t come up for sale very often, especially with low mileage, so when I spotted this one over on eBay , I had to share it.
This 2008 International MXT is 4×4 a pickup that was produced by Navistar International in Garland, Texas and is powered by a 6.0-liter turbodiesel V8 mated to a 5-speed Allison automatic transmission.
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2008 International 4x4 MXT " Limited "LOADED WITH OPTIONSThis is a true one of a kind very hard to find Limited International MXTOnly about 100 of these "Limited" trucks where ever made.
(The International series is actually a Navistar product marketed under the International name.) The MXT can trace its roots back to a military project intended to provide the British army with a civilian version of the vehicle appearing on the market in 2006 for a brief two-year run.