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.
To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys Arizona event, 17 - 18 January 2019. Estimate:$70,000 - $90,000 Concours-quality restoration by marque expertRestored to Super Sport II specifications using original and NOS partsReady to show or go, on and off the roadBy 1971, competition within the off-roader market was heating up. Ford s Bronco, the new Chevy Blazer, and Jeep s CJ and Wagoneer were all vying for buyers in the fast-growing segment. International Harvester, playing the role of underdog, responded with its new Scout II. The Scout II was larger than the Scout 800 it replaced, with fresh new styling that was more modern yet still retained the Scout s basic, rugged appeal. But perhaps the most successful of the Scout specials had to be the purposeful, stripped out, bare-bones Super Scout II.The SS II was built for sheer off-road enjoyment. Standard steel doors were eschewed in favor of Bronco roadster-inspired fiberglass inserts and removable, soft-sided doors. The fiberglass top was replaced by a simple, removable soft vinyl canopy on a light frame, and a roll bar was mounted behind the front seats. Outside, distinct ABS plastic inserts are fitted to the grille and tailgate along with a graphics applique package and white painted wagon wheel rims, with raised white letter off-road tires.The outstanding 1978 Scout on offer has been impeccably restored. During restoration, a standard Scout II was upgraded to factory-correct SS II specification. It was expertly prepped and painted inside and out in the factory-correct shade of Omaha Orange. Original-style door inserts were then fitted correctly presented in bare satin black with exposed hardware. Original graphics were reproduced and applied to the quarters and front fenders, and other correct SS II parts such as the flares, ABS plastic grille and tailgate inserts, and complete soft top and door set were sourced from noted IH Scout experts. Bare painted floors, correct for the SS II, are protected by correct IH branded rubber floor mats. The bucket seats, center console, and tilt steering column are also part of the SS II package. The only deviation from standard is the plain black seat upholstery; a correct material and pattern for standard Scouts, and a more attractive option.The frame has been fully media blasted and refinished in correct satin black powder coat for a long lasting and durable finish. Under the hood is the International s 345-cu. in. V-8, which is fully detailed; it is backed by a freshly refurbished Torqueflite automatic transmission and integrated transfer case. Power disc brakes and power steering help make it an easy and enjoyable drive while, for safety and usability, a poly fuel tank replaces the original steel tank.This is an audacious period piece that is a great alternative to more commonplace classic off-roaders, and a fabulous expression of late 1970s style. Few International Harvester Scouts have been restored with such attention to detail, and this outstanding truck is ready for show or enjoyment, on and off the road.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/az19.
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.
1972 International ScoutHeat/AirTrain HornSpare mounted in cargo spaceAutomatic4x4WinchCustom Bumpers
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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
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.
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.
1964 International Harvester Scout. THIS TRUCK IS IMMACULATE INSIDE & OUT. a few details Are. 5.3 Ls Engine w/ Z42 Cam. BrandNew Mud Terrains 350 Tranny w/ kit 2500 Turbine Custom Paint, Lift Kit, coil over BAses. & MUCH MUCH MORE!! -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call
1964 International Scout 80 runs, has a 152, and a t98 4 speed (according to the case, but could be a t18), dana 20. pick up top. Body is mostly rust free. Driver Quarter has rust, some rust in bed, but the biggest issue with the body is the rear passenger side qtr has a good sized dent. Saddle tanks have been removed and there is a fuel cell in the tub. If you want saddle tanks, have plenty. The paint is a horrendous camo job. Interior seats are in good shape. Tires are in pretty decent shape. Windshield wipers have been converted to electronic. Very good restoration candidate. Have the 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.
1967 International Scout postal - its postal because is rhd, and had the placard showing its for the mail service. 2wd, automatic, full top, 152, clean body, but some rust in the bed, and top. Complete! Needs to be restored! Front driver Seat is trashed, but there. IH was commissioned to create postal scouts in 1967. There were 6745 built, and there are very few left today. Many of these scouts were designed for rural areas where 4x4 was needed. Because this is a 2wd, it was likley used on decent roads, which is why it is still in one piece. If you are looking for something unique, even among IH crowds, you have found it. Have the 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.
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.
1967 International Scout Clean body, 4dr, bucket seats nice. Rebuilt engine 4 cylinder has not ran since rebuild. 3spd manual trans, 4 wheel drive. Truck is complete has No TITLE, its a West Virginia truck. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call
1974 International Scout II. New tires and rims, 2 1/2 inch suspension lift, less than a 1k miles on rebuilt 345 motor, new gas tank, new exhaust, hard and soft top. Automatic transmission Stock Number AAH16806 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.
1974 International Scout has no rust, 345 engine with four speed. ps. pb. air, all original. 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 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.
1974 International Scout II - I bought this partially finished project about three years ago. This is a real looker and gets tons of attention. After 3 years it is finally complete and ready for its new owner. I am not really a car guy so I dont know too many specifics. This beauty is in excellent shape and I would rate it probably a 7-8 of 10 as there are some minor paint chips here and there and if you are someone who is really into the aesthetics under the hood, you could spruse up the looks of the engine a little. My mechanic says it is a Chrysler/Mopar, small block V-8 either a 340 or 360 and appears to be from around the 1972-1974 year range. It has a three speed automatic transmission with a bump shifter if you really want it to get up and go. The interior has been fully redone and looks great. All seats are tweed and vinyl with carpet backs. All interior front door panels and rear side panels are done in matching tweed and the floors and tailgate have recently be done in a high quality plush carpeting by a high end local upholstery shop with custom carpet floor mats with green stitching. Many items have been rewired as well as the new powder coated dash with all new Equus gages that all work. I do not have a hard top, but I do have a full topper safari soft top and a bikini top that will be included with the sale. This is a great vehicle with tons of money spent on it and you will not be disappointed. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call
1976 International IH Scout with snow blade. Mileage is 16,828. 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.
Over a span of more than 80 years, International Harvester forged a strong reputation as the builder of rock solid heavy-duty trucks. Along the way, the company consistently proved itself a worthy competitor to much more well-known manufacturers, and battled Jeep and Fords Bronco toe to toe in what was then a fledgling SUV market. Looking rugged as can be, this 1976 International Scout II is a great example of Internationals prowess in the niche during that time. It features a strong running powerplant under its hood and, with some well-focused attention, can be made into an ultra-appealing, robust workhorse thats sure to turn heads with its uniqueness and sturdy good looks. You can see right away how this Scout ably served as the precursor to the more sophisticated SUVs of the present, yet at the same time its certainly unique, with its rugged, unapologetically beefy shape, ample wheel clearance and wide track. You may from time to time see a classic SUV on the road thats been modded for an open-air driving experience, but this ride actually left the factory that way and has a look all its own. The Glacier Blue shade draped over its exterior provides a really nice look and the paint sports a nice shine and a smooth texture. Its easy to picture yourself behind the wheel with nothing but blue sky above you, but for those occasions calling for more shelter, theres a one-piece hardtop included that features fixed glass windows and a hinged lift gate for access to the cargo area in back. The blue cloth interior inside the doors is loaded with vintage appeal. Both the bucket seats up front and bench seat in back are in solid shape and plenty comfortable. Unlike so many trucks of this era, all interior components are present and accounted for, so therell be no puzzle-like challenges to be answered while figuring out what part is meant to go where. There is a mix of functional and non-functional items, but you can easily see how appealing this interior would be once restored. Its a nicely configured driving environment - the Scouts ample width means theres plenty of shoulder room for full sized passengers and theres a substantial amount of cargo space behind the rear bench seat. The engine compartment houses an assortment of components that are almost certainly original, including the 345 cubic inch V8 that sits at the center. Its an eager powerplant, firing up promptly and providing this substantial vehicle with surprisingly strong acceleration as it teams with a smooth shifting 3-speed automatic Torqueflite transmission. The power steering on hand here is a welcome surprise - its got a nice, easy feel to it while still providing good response and it pairs with power brakes that feature discs up front to bring dependable, fade resistant stops. This rugged classic performs its work on a set of very sharp 15 stock black steel wheels outfitted with Hankook Ventus tires. Combining a distinctively rugged look with some bona fide collectability due to its rarity, this 1976 International Scout II would be a great acquisition for the classic truck enthusiast in search of a ride that stands apart from the crowd. Call today!
nternational Scout 1970, 304 V8 Motor, 4 SpeedManual Transmission, Switched to front wheeldisc brakes, 4 x 4 - does have complete hardtop, have all the door seals which have not beeninstalled yet, has been an ongoing project - nottotally complete. I have alot of original parts, reartire carrier, (front & rear bumpers)Please Note The FollowingVehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Long IslandPlease Call First for location and talk to one of our reps at 516 376 3471 FREE Consignments!! Car stays in your garage while we do all the work ..Get it Sold in Record Time. We make selling your car a top priority. With your car on over 50 different sites for maximum exposure all for FREE!!We assist in financing, negotiating and shipping world wide for your convenience and for the buyers convenience which is why we sell your car in record time! Www.Dp9Motors.Com
1976 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SCOUT II OFF-ROADER FACTORY 345 V8 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SHOWS 69K MILES AND HAILS FROM OREGON STATE.OPTIONS: Power SteeringPower BrakesFactory MATCHING NUMBERS 345 V8 EngineFactory MATCHING NUMBERS Automatic Transmission on FloorFull Hard Top15 Stock Wheels with White Letter All Terrain Tires and Factory HubcapsRallye StripeHeavy Duty Front BumperFactory 60/40 Split BenchSeat Interior with original Rubber FlooringHeavy Duty Tow HitchCustom Wheel FlaresFog Lights Vehicle comes from Oregon state. Owned by car collector who had big plans of restoring it but never did. It has been nicely maintained and kept indoors in heater controlled garage throughout its life. Under the hood lies the original Matching Numbers 345 V8 engine that has been serviced regularly throughout the years. Transmission is the factory automatic which works great and shifts nicely through all the gears. Mechanically this truck is very sound and drives great. NO patch panels. Floors are VERY SOLID with NO HOLES and NO ROT. Good body mounts. Good rocker panels. Has been repainted within the last couple of years, with newer Rallye stripes. Interior has had seats redone some years ago. Retains the original rubber floormats.Ive been looking to get one of these trucks for the last 5 years and these dont come around too often in good shape and turn-key.VIDEO AND HEAR IT RUN AT THIS LINK: https://youtu.be/hv8e5-eRk74 For Sale By Owner and Located in West Babylon, NYWeBe Autos Specializes in Marketing and Advertising Muscle, Classic, Vintage and Specialty Cars. We offer Professional Photography, HD Movies, and Staging that Sells Cars. We have over 6,000 cars in stock at any time, if you are Looking for a Chevelle, Camaro, Nova, Corvette or a Mustang Chances Are we Have your Dream Car. Let us showcase and sell your specialty car. Please visit our website for more details. ?Keep in Touch, Michael Runnalls Specialty Car Marketing & Media WeBe Autos Ltd. Long Island, NY 11780 Michael@WeBeAutos.com www.WeBeAutos.com (O)631-339-0399 (C)516-729-2003 Skype: webeautos (F)631-389-2605 When you Love What You Do You Never have to Go To Work...
1978 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SCOUT II TERRA (LONGER WHEELBASE) Off-Road Jeep with factory 345 V8 and automatic transmission. Truck shows 19K miles.Power Steering Power Brakes Factory MATCHING NUMBERS 345 V8 Engine Factory MATCHING NUMBERS Automatic Transmission on Floor Full Hard Top 15 ALUMINUM American Racing Wheels with BF Goodrich All Terrain Tires Custom Graphics Chrome Front and Rear Bumper Factory High Back Bucket Seat Interior with Full Carpeting Heavy Duty Tow Hitch It has been nicely maintained and kept indoors in a heat controlled garage throughout its life. Under the hood lies the original Matching Numbers 345 V8 engine that has been serviced regularly throughout the years. Transmission is the factory automatic which works great and shifts nicely through all the gears. Mechanically this truck is very sound and drives great. NO patch panels. Floors are solid with no holes or rot. Good body mounts. Good rocker panels. Interior is original and only shows normal wear. There are a couple small cracks on dash pad and a couple of small ones on drivers seat. For Sale By Owner and Located in West Babylon, NYTake a L@@k at the video: https://youtu.be/If3HQSltpVk WeBe Autos Specializes in Marketing and Advertising Muscle, Classic, Vintage and Specialty Cars. We offer Professional Photography, HD Movies, and Staging that Sells Cars. We have over 6,000 cars in stock at any time, if you are Looking for a Chevelle, Camaro, Nova, Corvette or a Mustang Chances Are we Have your Dream Car. Let us showcase and sell your specialty car. Please visit our website for more details. ?Keep in Touch, Michael Runnalls Specialty Car Marketing & Media WeBe Autos Ltd. Long Island, NY 11780 Michael@WeBeAutos.com www.WeBeAutos.com (O)631-339-0399 (C)516-729-2003 Skype: webeautos (F)631-389-2605 When you Love What You Do You Never have to Go To Work...
- Fresh complete frame off restoration - Everything is new or restored- Freshly rebuilt 345ci motor - 2 barrel holley - New exhaust- 3 speed automatic transmission- 4x4: 2hi, 4hi and 4 low- Dana 44 front axle- Brand new BF goodrich Mud-Terrain T/A tires - 31X10.50R15- New teal paint with airbrushed artwork on the rear- Soft top- Front grill guard- New interior upholsteryA 1978 International Scout is already an interesting treat. But when you see an exceptionally well preserved and completely restored example in upscale brand new paint, well then, you know youre looking at something truly special that wont stick around here long. This Scout has gone through a complete restoration by Cars Remember When, personally. It features a high quality enamel undercoat, new front and rear differentials, seals, shocks, BF Goodrich Mud-Terrain T/A tires, and a new gorgeous teal paint. The removable soft top makes this a great summer cruiser or a winter snow beast. Whatever your use for this vehicle, from off road trails to camping, to daily driving, this Scout has you covered. Featuring a fresh rebuild on the original 345 engine, 3 speed automatic transmission, and transfer case, this Scout is ready to take you anywhere. We guarantee you wont find a cleaner, smoother running Scout locally!History:Scout IIs were manufactured from April 1971 to 1980. The Scout II is most identifiable by its different front grilles. 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. Starting with late 1974 Scout IIs, disc and power brakes were standard features. A three-speed Chrysler 727 Torqueflite was optional.