The International Harvester Scout is a rough terrain vehicle which was originated by International Harvester from 1961 to 1980. A forerunner of more advanced SUVs to come, it was made as a contender to the Jeep.
The Scout and second generation of Scout II were assembled in Fort Wayne, Indiana as two-entryway trucks with a removable hard best with alternatives of a full-length rooftop, half taxi pickup and additionally delicate top.
In Scout IIs, Dana 30 front axles and Dana 44 raise axles were standard until 1974, with front Dana 44 axles as an uncommon request. After 1974 Dana 44 front and back axles wound up plainly standard on all Scout IIs.
The Scout IIs were fabricated from April 1971 to 1980. The outline was solidified substantially before, with an about indistinguishable adaptation appeared to administration in December 1967.
1977– 79 Scout II's utilized a similar grille from its predecessor between similar front light bezels the new chrome grille had two substantially flat bars with three vertical helplines and the "International" nameplate climbed to the focal point of the grille on the left side
This is a fine custom design of an unbelievable rough terrain racer that is prepared to address any difficulty whether on the ridges, rocks, or frigid mountain passes.
The Scout II, which, notwithstanding its name, was the fourth genesis of the Scout, offered five diverse motor bundles: a 196-cu. in. four-chamber, 232-and 258-cu. in. six-chambers, and a 304 and 345 V-8. By 1976, the Nissan SD33 diesel was additionally a choice.
Scout SSIIs took top respects in rough terrain hustling amid the late 1970s. In 1977, Jerry Boone, of Parker, Arizona, completed first among 4x4 creation vehicles in the Baja 1000. Boone finished the running in 19 hours 58 minutes, crossing the end goal at Ensenada, Mexico, right around 2 hours in front of his nearest rival: a Jeep CJ7. Just nine of 21 vehicles that began the race completed the 1,000-kilometer (620 mi) course.
The Scout II offered here is the profound descendent of Mr. Boone's amazing ride. This Traveler has been completely reestablished and intensely, however elegantly, redid for most extreme rough terrain execution.
It is fueled by a GM 6.0-liter motor that goes through a 4L60E transmission and Dana 300 exchange case. It additionally includes a rooftop rack, front guard rocker gatekeepers, winch, and a swing out tire transporter.