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.
If you like playing with serious toys off road, but want to show up with something a little bit different, then take a look at this International Scout II. They won a series of races in the late 70s like the Baja 1000, finishing almost two hours ahead of a CJ7, and were winning races like the Score off road events in Riverside California. Check it out. This one has recently received a beautiful new Black basecoat/clearcoat paint job. The body lines and panel gaps all look straight and good and while it would be a shame to scratch it, it really looks ready for action. Up front, a power bulge hood looks good and hints at the V8 power lurking below it. A body colored grill of vertical lines sits between the headlights and is underlined by a simple black bumper. Out back, a beefy looking tailgate has International emblazoned on it in orange with dual exhaust pipes peeking out from under another simple bumper. Bestop has got you covered on this 4x4 with a nice-looking system that extends all the way to the tailgate providing for good inside storage. There is an International Harvester badge on the front fenders and a step up for the cab because this Scout sits on up there on 32X11.50s and Centerline wheels. Open the door and you will find an interior set up for doing some serious off-road business. There is a rollover hoop if your world turns upside down while you are out playing and a diagonal bar cuts down from the roll over hoop to the front footwell to protect the driver and passenger from side impacts. Racing seats are set up with G-Force racing harnesses to keep you in place and in control. There is an Autometer Sport Comp tack with shift light and well as Autometer gauges to keep accurate tabs on water temp and oil pressure, all mounted where the driver can see them in the heat of battle. The shifter for the manual transmission as well as the gearshift for the 4WD transfer case are in the center within easy reach. There is a simple bench in the back for riding people down to the bon fire after the race with plenty of room for coolers. Pop the forward tilting hood up and you will find the 345 cubic inch V8 motor that powers this little Scout setting down in the engine bay. It draws fresh air in through a triangular shaped filter and feeds it to a Weber 4-barrel carburetor then down through stock intake and heads that make plenty of low-end torque. Mallory handles the ignition system with a model 205 coil and long tube headers get the spent gasses out and headed back through a dual exhaust system. A Champion brand aluminum radiator assures that temperatures will stay under control even under pressure. A fresh set of leaf springs both front and rear are ready for action and mount solid axles with Superwinch lockers for maximum traction when the going gets tough. It all sits up on those 32X11.50 Goodyear Wrangler AT/S tires mounted on Centerline wheels. A serious off-road toy that you dont see every day. Come on down and check it out.
This International B100 pickup is a great rust free vehicle that has undergone a complete frame off restoration. It is equipped with the 266 V8 engine, 4-speed transmission, heater, all new tinted glass and a set of very comfortable bucket seats. This truck is currently being used by the owner as a daily driver as it runs and drives great. We feel the pictures tell the story but feel free to visit carolinaclassicautos.com or call 704-579-7435 for more details.
Rare! Rare! Rare! 1952 Int L110This truck has been updated with a ford triton 4.6 V8. Automatic 4R70W trans, 8.8 limited slip rear. The donor vehicle was a 2002 crown vic police interceptor. A lot of work has went into the truck , you will find all wiring and fabrication to be of great quality. The bed has been LineX'd and the sheet metal is all good. Interior is complete, but really needs to be gone over to make it nice. This truck has 4 wheel power disc brakes, along with power steering and air conditioning it is fun to drive. The panther 2 platform from the donor vehicle makes for a great ride, this truck is rare and very one of a kind.
Those with a limited budget should consider purchasing a project vehicle as an option to entering into classic car ownership.
Panel Truck St Rod, nicely done, great body, custom paint, full custom tweed int, rear seating, sub-framed, ps, small block Chevy V8, auto, mag wheels, runs/drives/looks great.
Hard to find a car like this anymore! Fully documented 1953 International R-110 Travelall from new with only three passionate owners! Showing just 35,500 actual miles from new, this time capsule is likely the only Travelall in existence like it! Truly a remarkable find, which continues to be a splendid driver today! Tons of documentation included! Act quickly! 1953 International R-110 Travelall Background: The International Harvester Company of Chicago, Illinois was very well known for offering one of the best light & heavy truck lineups for the working class in the 1950s. From the farm, city environment, highway, to off-highway situations, International Harvester supplied 168 basic models to be fitted exactly as a buyer needed to fulfill whatever needs possible. One of these popular models was the R-110 Traveler, which competed directly with the GMC Suburban, offering three rows of seats for up to eight passengers! With the rear seats individually removable, it also provided nearly 90 inches of floor space that was 5 feet wide! This versatility gave owners excellent freedom, especially with a lift gate rear window and fold down tailgate. As with many work trucks, most found there fate from exhausting use, outdoor storage, and tireless miles on the engines. The example here survives remarkably with just 35,535 original miles, and so beautifully original one really has to see it in person to admire fully! 1953 International R-110 Travelall Info: Selling new to Bremerton, Washington resident, Albert Tapp, on August 25th, 1953, it was planned to be used for family hunting outings and camping trips to Yosemite and Yellowstone. Sadly, Mr. Tapp was diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease and the truck went into dry storage after he was no longer able to drive it. He had named his Travelall Old Faithful and it stayed with the sentimental family long after his passing. Always detailed and protected, it would come to the attention of Harrahs Automobile Collection researcher, Reed Doph, in January 1978. Once hearing of the trucks availability, he prompted boarded plane for Seattle with only a toothbrush and briefcase carrying cash! He then drove his new acquisition back to Reno, NV covering 800 miles when the odometer only read 31,000 miles. He held onto this wonderful Travellall for 22 years before parting with it in 2000 to its third and final owner, Mr. Mohrschladt. He kept this vehicle very well maintained and dearly loved these past 17 years. This 1953 International R-110 Travelall continues to start perfectly and run down the road with utter ease! Truly a remarkable time capsule in every sense. Featuring a 115 wheelbase and ton carrying capacity, these trucks are fitted with double action shock absorbers plus easy-riding long leaf springs providing cushioned-comfort travel. Under the hood lies the Silver Diamond 220.5ci Inline 6 cylinder mated to a 3-speed column shift manual transmission. With only typical expendable items replaced; like tires, belts, hoses, battery, exhaust, newly painted wheels, etc., the balance of the rest of the truck remains all original! It will come with a host of original documentation that includes original purchase & ownership history, service stickers, Mr. Tapps drivers license, maps of Olympic National Park, tool box, umbrellas, operators manual, and original brochure! Also included are some spare items found by the owners as extras that include a factory original radio & speaker, extra hub caps, and headlight trim rings. Please feel free to call with questions or schedule a viewing appointment.
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.
RARE OPPORTUNITY to own a 1948 KB2 125 W B Chas International Pickup in impeccable condition. Second owner bought from original owner. 99.9% original with a GRD 214 Engine. Gear 418 ratio RR axle. Color is 10 Green. 7.5" pickup knox body. Auxiliary Springs. 4 speed transmission. 500 x 16" tires. Deluxe oil filter. Right-hand windshield wiper. Heater and defroster. Right-hand rear view mirror and sun visor. Full length rear bumper. Speed Meter adapter. ORIGINAL Line setting ticket. Includes the paperwork of truck owners original service policy. Lined truck bed with gorgeous custom oak bed and rails.
1972 International ScoutHeat/AirTrain HornSpare mounted in cargo spaceAutomatic4x4WinchCustom Bumpers
Difficult to associate the word Exquisite on a truck but its true. The owner wanted the best for his personal collection. This desirable KB International went through a complete and total frame off nut and bolt restoration; the kind you do for yourself - no expense was spared. Laser straight body clad in International red with black fenders. All show chrome, new glass, completely rebuilt mechanics, interior all new as factory showroom. Must see this truck to appreciate. If you want to steal the big truck show this one will trip their switch. Runs and drives as new. Many makes arrive at the show field; but International is a rarity to behold! Youtube video available upon request. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information. 12 Volt Upgrade Electric Fuel Pump New Glass
This 1976 International Scout II is a beautiful SUV that came out of California. It was restored 3-4 years ago and remains in excellent condition. It is a very stock restoration. The restoration was done on a very clean, low mile and original Scout. Currently the Odometer shows 113,714 Miles and based on the floors being original and over all integrity of this Scout we believe these are true miles. The body on this Scout is really nice. The paint is straight and excellent and the body really straight. The underside is rock solid and when it was restored they added new body mounts to the original floors. Interior was redone when restored and the seats were all reupholstered. they also added new carpet, but they left the rest original because it was in great shape. It still has the original cargo mat in the rear and also the original side panels in the rear which are in excellent condition. The interior really shows this was a low mileage and well-cared fro Scout its entire life. The drivetrain is also very nice and stock. It has the original 345V8 that runs strong and the 4 Speed Manual Transmission shifts wonderful. It has AC, Power Steering, Power Front Disc Brakes, and DANA 20 Transfer Case. Axles are DNA 44s front and rear. This Scout is a lot of fun to drive and runs and drives really nice. We always make sure lights, blinkers, wipers, etc are working. We hand pick each vehicle, drive it, inspect it, and make sure it is ready for you to enjoy! We drive what we sell so that we can give you a first hand and accurate report on how the vehicle runs and drives. Complete Pictures and Video at www.4-wheelclassics.com
For 1957 as the truck market was trying to break in to the family market and not just commercial sales, Chevrolet had the Cameo, Dodge had the Sweptline and for Internationals 50th Anniversary, they came out with the A-100 and Golden jubilee editions. There were very few of these truck manufactured and fewer of them obviously survived. They were powered by the 220 Cubic inche Straight 6 Cylinder mated to a column shift manual transmission. This particular truck that has just undergone a re-paint and body on restoration has its original build sheet. It was sold new in Oklahoma and went South West from there. Most of these trucks were the Step side versions but this new flush sided bed was called the Bonus Load which was an option for the first time. There were very few color options for these trucks, in fact this truck started life as pink. This cool oddity starts great and goes down the road as you would imagine for a 71 year old utility vehicle. We have personally never seen one in person and we think it would make a great addition to any collection. Sometime throughout the years the rear bumper disappeared and that is the one thing the owner was unable to locate.
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.
This 1970 International truck is all original. This truck comes with a good transmission and solid engine. A great way to start your collection of classic vehicles.
1969 International Scout 800-A 2 Door The Scout was produced from 1961 to 1980. A precursor of more sophisticated SUVs to come, it was created as a competitor to the Jeep, and it initially featured a fold-down windshield. The Scout and second generation Scout II were produced as two-door trucks with a removable hard top with options of a full-length roof, half cab pickup and/or soft-top. November 1968 saw the introduction of the 800A, which replaced the 800. Improvements included more creature comfort options, a slightly different front-end treatment, drivetrain upgrades (heavier rear axle and quieter Dana 20 transfer case) and the options of: 196 four-cylinder, 232 six-cylinder, 266 V-8 or the 304 V-8. The inline-six was only offered for a short period in early 1969. The 800As grille was in three segments: the center grill and two matte black headlight bezels. The Light Line of pickup trucks received bodywork similar to that of the Scout in late 1969. With the transition to the 800A model, the rear axle was upgraded to a Dana 44, with a centered differential mated to the Dana 20 transfer case (which had replaced the Dana 18). Factory Doll-Up-Scout with many custom ordered options! True one owner Scout, the current title is in the same name as the original 1968 dealer order sheet! Very original and correct, matching numbers Scout 800A with AMAZING documentation! Custom, factory-ordered with original correspondence letters with International district service manager. Possibly the only example ever ordered this way. This rare example is done in White steel travel-top over Bahama Blue exterior with reupholstered camel interior, Commando 196 CID four-cylinder engine RA-23 single-reduction rear axle with 3.73 Power-Lok limited-slip differential, T-44 four-speed manual transmission and factory dual 10-gallon fuel tanks. International-Harvester had a knack for driving to the beat of a different drummer and for being ahead of the curve. The Scout was a good example of the latter, offered way before the acronym SUV was coined. This rare example was custom ordered on 7/12/68 and then built in September 1968 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, this Scout 800A is possibly the only one ever built with this unique configuration. Custom and factory-ordered, it was delivered to the Mamaroneck Garage in Mamaroneck, New York. The Doll-Up-Scout was a high-option model offered to compete with Jeep. It left the factory with options a spare tire carrier, chrome rear bumper, four-wheel disc brakes, dual 10-gallon fuel tanks, white hardtop and a full-width rear seat. Documentation includes a hand-drawn switch panel diagram, original factory build sheet, original bill of sale, original line setting ticket, original owners manual, original print advertisement, battery warranty, letters to and from I-H, Inc., miscellaneous service invoices, insurance and license papers Motor Truck Service Manual is included and is COMPLETELY filled out correctly with service and parts logs from the original owner form 1969 to 2012 The original extensive documentation for his factory Doll Up Scout is absolutely impressive! Included with the original line setting ticket with the famous Doll-Up-Scout stamp, the original dealer order sheet with all the doll up order options, the original bill of sale, the original genuine operators manual with numerous notes from over the years, the original service unit record, the original factory key tag, the original sale print advertisement for this Scout, battery warranty, letters to and from I-H, Inc., miscellaneous service invoices, insurance and license papers from over the years. One of the most interesting pieces is the original Motor Truck Service Manual is included and is COMPLETELY filled out correctly with service and parts logs from the original owner form 1969 to 2012 with no gaps whatsoever! We have never seen such a thorough owners log such as this! Another interesting piece is one of the letters to I-H came from the original owner, who asked for engine data not included in the original owners manual, verifying the wrong carb jet is specified in the owners manual and inquiring how to cure minor suspension and clutch linkage issues. Finished in white over Bahama Blue, the beautiful new paint and trim are in excellent condition, including the steel travel-top. The trucks glass panels are clear and intact. Its lights are in one piece and crack-free. Its body panels are straight and solid. The floors and rockers have been recently replaced to insure another 40 plus years of driving life. The cargo bay is in very good order behind the rear seat, the engine bay is very tidy and the original wheel covers and the bumpers are in very good order. Under the hood is a Commando 196 CID four-cylinder engine bolted to a T-44 four-speed manual transmission, which connects to a RA-23 single-reduction rear axle with a Power-Lok limited-slip differential. Inside, the original bucket seats and door panels have been reupholstered in camel to match the original factory interior color and new period and color-correct carpet has been installed. The front buckets look great, the camel color looks almost golden in certain lights. The rear bench seat also looks good. There is no review mirror, however the instrument panel, with its full set of gauges, is in good order. The original, two-spoke steering wheel looks good but not perfect. The inner door panels, mirror glass and shift lever are all in good order. Rounding out this interior is a classic Audiovox solid-state AM/FM radio.
1978 International Harvester Scout II (Asheville, NC) $19,900This 78 Scout II is in pretty darn good condition being that the original numbers matching 304cu V8 was rebuilt about 10k miles ago, this is also coming with the original 727 torque-flight automatic transmission.The embassy Grey paint fits well with the white vinyl interior. This is a 4wd vehicle, with P/s, P/b, and auto locking hubs, a rhino lined floor, 4 lift under axle to help in corners, aluminum 3 core radiator, new water pump, new belts, rebuilt carb, new bumper, and new tires. Overall, you are getting a solid vehicle with records/receipts and way too much to list.call Blake to find out more 828-747-1461
1964 International Scout 80. The entire exterior was sprayed with dark green bed liner around 2004- 2005. The inside of the bed is black liner. It has a spring over lift with 33x12.5x 15 tires. It has the original 152 engine with T90 transmission, dual stick transfer case, and dana 27 axles. The front axle spider gears are welded. Last used the Scout around 2007 or 2008 and has been parked in doors in the barn every since. It still ran when it was parked but was in need of a clutch. All of the gauges in the dash were still working. There are misc spare parts and a service manual that come with it. Still have the original oil bath air breather and an extra set of axles that came out of a 1968 Scout with a V8, Dana 30 front and Dana 44 rear. The Dana 44 has already been re-geared with 488s and a locker. Used the Scout for deer hunting and built a rack on the roll bar. It has 2 seats Pull a pin and they lay low in the back, not affecting over head clearance. Pull the pin and reinsert it to sit up high. each seat has its own gun rest that turns with the seat. Have title. 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.
1959 International B120 Panel. RARE low production Civil Defense Department special ordered 4x4 Panel ! Less then 50 produced , during the COLD war. Very few survived. Less then a handful at most Special ordered with 4x4, Factory winch, Etc (See attached build sheet) This truck will run--Has extremely low miles, but has some rust issues. This is a special Truck! 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.
1967 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT 800 an easy restore for someone. Runs and drives but should be transported on a trailer and fully gone through. Mostly complete. I have searched and found most of the missing items such as radio, horn, quarter panel, seat covers, service manual, new lenses, extra wheels, emblems, rear bumper, etc. 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.