- Written by webmin
Every International Harvester product I’ve seen since coming to the Northeast – especially every Scout – goes up in rust like a kerosene-drenched bonfire. For that reason alone, this restored Massachusetts-based 1972 IH Scout II stands out. Add in the fire-engine red paint, the steelies, the V-8, and it appears to be an exceptional early SUV. From the seller’s description:
One Owner, Rare Classic, Exceptionally Clean, 304 V-8 2-Barrel with Auto Choke, 3-Speed Automatic, 4X4 with Front Locking Hubs, Power Brakes with Front Brakes converted to Disc. Type, Power Steering, 2-Door, Metal Hardtop [Removable] with Slider Type Rear Windows, Front (Tilt) Bucket & Rear Bench Seat in Tan Leather, Burgundy Red Metallic Paint with Inside of Body Panels & Frame Coated with Zeibart Rust Proofing, Factory Chrome Hubcaps.
Rebuilt in 1992 with over $18,000 invested from the ground up using new factory IH parts.
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