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We’ve recently noticed quite a few more vintage off-roaders kept in stock (or close to stock) condition, eschewing the lifts and big knobby tires so common to four-bys in the last few decades. We don’t imagine Interco’s fretting about losing its Super Swamper business, but just as with hot rods, it’s always nice to see an example of a vehicle that is as how the factory intended it, such as this 1975 International Scout II for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description:
Sold new in Ontario, Oregon with all options for 1975, in Michigan (stored winters) since ’07, no rust, excellent paint, original 2-tone truck. This 1975 Scout II was sold new at Woodpecker Truck of Ontario, Oregon (presently celebrating nearly 50 years in business) in August of 1975 and spent its life within 100 miles of the dealership in Payette, Idaho. It is exceptionally clean and rust free. It has a 304ci V8, automatic transmission, air conditioning (blows cold), deluxe interior, roof rack, external tire carrier, deluxe exterior moldings, fog lights, towing package, auxiliary gas tank, and two-one paint. The hardtop has never been removed and is in excellent condition. It was a two-owner truck before being acquired by Fox Motorsports in ’07. While under our care, the Scout has received a complete detail and mechanical updates making it ready for daily use. It drives beautifully, has an excellent interior, and would impress any Scout fan for its originality. There are no ‘mods’ or ‘off-road’ additions to dilute its true form. It’s just one of the nicest Scout II examples around.
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