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Both of these Scouts – a 1932 Indian and a 1974 International – came through the Hemmings.com classified system within minutes of each other, and while they have little to nothing in common, either intrinsically or in their individual histories, they both stood out for some reason. Could just be the red-and-black combination. Could just be the name. Could be something else. From the Indian’s description:
1932 Indian Scout Pony 30.50 ci, Fully Restored, Operable, Operating Manuals Available along with full title history
And from the International’s description:
Completely restored and improved: Rebuilt 3 Speed Automatic Transmission Rebuilt, bored and balanced 304 V-8 with: Ceramic coated headers 4 bbl Holley Carb 4 Inch lift and 33″ tires Front and Rear Diff’s fully rebuilt to 4:11 ratio with limited slip New 33 gallon ruggedized gas tank Powder coated custom front and rear bumpers New Tub metal lined rear to firewall with Rhino lining New all weather seats front and rear Tuffy locking console Blapunkt Stereo with 100w Pioneer speakers Powder coated roll bar New battery New brakes This was my father’s Scout, but Pop wouldn’t want his Scout just sitting the garage, this vehicle needs an owner that will use it.
Which would you take, and why?