1977 INTERNATIONAL SCOUTScout IIs were manufactured from April 1971 to 1980. The design was frozen much earlier, with a version nearly identical to the production model shown to management in December 1967.The Scout II is most identifiable by its different front grilles. The 1971–1972 Scout IIs shared the same grille, three horizontal bars between the headlights and chrome rings around the headlights. The 1973 Scout IIs had 14 vertical bars between the headlights, a split in the middle, seven bars on each side surrounded by chrome trim pieces and an "International" model plate low on the left side. The 1974–75 Scout II grilles were the same as 1973, with the addition of a vertical bar trim overlay. The 1975 had chrome and black, square trim rings around the headlights; 1976 had the same headlight trim rings as 1975, and a chrome center grille of 15 horizontal bars split into three sections was used in this year only. The 1977–79 Scout IIs used the same grille between the same headlight bezels the new chrome grille had two large horizontal bars with three vertical support lines and the "International" nameplate moved up to the center of the grille on the left side.
1977 International Harvester Scout II. Soft top, custom paint, 4 wheel drive, automatic. Almost every element has been restored or replaced by Redline Finishes Custom Shop in Ozark, MO. The original IH motor was in great shape and we were able to keep it. All electrical and mechanical was meticulously gone over and either repaired, restored or replaced. We have receipts to support all work that was done. Almost entire body was replaced with new and the body and paint are as beautiful as anything you've seen. New wiring harness and new wiring throughout. Garage kept and it is started weekly. Runs and sounds great.
The International Company is no stranger of building things that will last and can take the abuse of hard work and stressing the importance of reliability and performance. The idea of giving the American worker a vehicle that rivaled their farm equipment was a stellar decision from the executives at IHC. Developed and improved upon from the Scout 80s all the way up to the Scout II and Travelalls.GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this well documented 1977 International Scout for your consideration. The Scout was recently featured in Hemings magazine as the Find of the Day, Along with the Scout comes with the line setting ticket, original window sticker and also owners manuals. The Scout was sold new at Redwood Truck and Equipment in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. It is powered by its 345 v8 paired with an automatic transmission. The Scout runs and handles as it should. The Scout recently finished a 2-year restoration and is in excellent condition. Restoration included a top-off repaint, new vinyl side decals (matching the originals), reupholstered seats, new carpets, A/C, new windshield, new weatherstripping, new wheels, and new headliner (plus dynamat insulation everywhere). The carburetor and distributor were rebuilt and a new fuel pump, alternator, battery, plugs, and valve cover gaskets were installed along with a replacement dual exhaust system with glass packs. It is covered in its original Glacier Blue. It has a fresh transmission with a new torque converter as well.The IHC Scouts are rising rapidly in the market and with very few making it out of the fields, clean and well-sorted ones like this are only seeing a bump up in the global market. We encourage a closer look as for this price, it would be very difficult to replicate.
1977 International Scout II. In good shape. Low miles. Some restoration underway, but has some rust on the rear fenders. Recently replaced the fuel tank and sending unit and have bought the Rallye decals. Included a picture of the original paint and decal for info purposes. Please Note The Following Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 FREE Consignment Visit Our Site Today Easy To List Your Vehicle and Get it Sold in Record Time.
1977 International Harvester Scout, 4-Wheel Drive, 2 Door Long Bed. As Is. Drove vehicle 30+ years. Vehicle was driven everyday until a new purchased. Old AC.Price is $8,000 or MAKE OFFER!!!
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An exceptionally well preserved and fully restored 1977 Scout II in the upscale Traveler trim.While it is possible to remove the roof for cool open-top cruising, one look at the interior, and you know this one did not spend much of its life open to the world. Rarely do you see door panels, dash, center console, and flooring in such a nice condition after all these years. Cup holder center console, upgraded Pioneer bluetooth stereo with remote, New speakers front and rear, factory air conditioning, brand new 33" BFG KO2 all terrain tires sit on a brand new modest 2.5" lift kit from Rough Country, Custom roll bar with flat legs in the front so you don’t have any leg room issues. This Scout has the original optional 345 cubic-inch motor, there's plenty of torque so it never feels like it's working hard. Plus, the low rumble from the brand new dual exhaust is always a favorite. It's mated to a three-speed automatic transmission for easy driving, and the power steering and front disc brakes add to this feeling. The four-wheel drive system is a stout Dana 20 two-speed transfer case that connects to Dana axles at both ends. Perhaps the greatest part about owning this Traveler is that it has had a tailgate conversion. A tailgate from an old Scout was rescued and restored to paint match. This allows for a tailgate when the top is removed. The rear hatch is mated to the tailgate just like a traditional Scout II. The Traveler is longer than a regular Scout II by 18" from the manufacturer. Clear Arizona "A BOX" title. Private party, no sales tax.There are very few Scout Travelers this striking or original left out there and with zero rust. This turns head all day long. Call for more details or more pictures etc..
This is a 1977 International Scout Traveler with only 1 owner. It has been always covered and always been maintained. It includes hard to find oil filters and gas filters. This is a very rare Diesel powered Traveler and the maintenance on it is very easy and you don’t have to worry about getting it smogged. Very low mileage of 89391. If you spend a couple of weeks working on this Traveler to fully restore it … I’ve seen them going for 25,000 +. I don’t have time to restore it, so I decided to sell it to someone that has the time to restore this very rare vehicle and reap the possible rewards. It has some rust in places, but it can easily be taken care of. The Traveler is in solid condition and has a very large gas tank. The tires are in very good condition. It has a full size spare tire with a matching rim from the other tires. I had the power steering pump rebuilt recently. The VIN number is G0083GGD26015 ... If you need to see more pictures, let me know ...
This International Scout 2 originally came from North Dakota and was the personal vehicle of an International dealership owner. It has the original build sheet along with owner’s manual documentation. The dealer’s sticker is still on the tailgate. It is somewhat of a project piece and has minimal rust and damage considering the age and location in which it started out. The Scout 2 is RIGHT hand drive, 3 speed manual transmission and 4 wheel drive! That’s right you drive postman style and shift with your left hand! She goes topless in the summer and trudges the snow in the winter! Great rig just don’t have the time to continue the project as we are over the road drivers. She gets lots of looks going down the road with your dog in the drivers seat!
77 Scout 2 total straight body 345 ci . 4spd trans 2 spd. transfer case = great 33x 12.5x 15s tires . In primer paint for you to finish as you wish . Awesome scout for a total restore for hi way or off road Your choice . running gear is solid . Run it as is or have some fun making it all your own .