Big body classic traveler car becoming the hits once again, with the recycle of the boxy style in the auto industry, the true classic which was produced in past is taking their part in the market once again.
Motorcar Studio is here to offer this 1976 International Harvester Scout II Traveler. A long-wheelbase variant of the famous Scout II.
Completed in matte white with a matte dark rally stripe, it’s a sharp truck that never neglects to knock some people’s socks off because of the awesomeness of the finishing touch.
This Scout has a great stance and off-road bona fides thanks to the wheel and tire package plus a four-inch Rough Country lift.
The Traveler has huge amounts of additional load space behind the back seat – ideal for kids, pets, outfit, and so forth. Furthermore, similar to the general Scout II, the hard top is removable.
Custom GRC front and rear bumpers, an SS2 grille and Mickey Thompson 17-inch Deegans wearing Nitto 33×12.50 mud grapplers complete the look.
In the engine is a 304 cubic inch V8 mated to a four-speed manual transmission. Recent engine reseals, new belts and hoses, full tune-up, new Holley 2300 carburetor, new battery and new starter.
Current AM/FM/CD stereo with USB, aux input and Bluetooth (in spite of the fact that the entryways have not been cut, so the main speaker is in the first spot behind the dash). All gauges inside the car are working flawlessly.
Interior shows well with new door panels and seat upholstery. Interior floors have been rhino-lined for all-weather durability and easy cleaning.
The Classic is Back!
With the tag of $43,900, the 1979 International Scout Traveler is taking back the classic mode in a modern and soft touch. The combination of the design and interior [not to mention the engine under the hood] will always make us remember that the classic is a class!