SUV

Off-Road Classic: 1971 Ford Bronco

As we watch the launch of the latest generation Bronco, it’s worth some time to reacquaint ourselves with the first generation of the model that marked the first foray by one of the Big Three into the world of… more»

4×4 Project: 1975 Ford Granada

Ford introduced the Granada in 1975 as an upscale compact car slotted between the Maverick and Torino. Two million examples were produced over two generations through 1982. Whether the Granada or the Bronco came first here, this Granada body… more»

Stored 16 Years: 1965 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ45

Looks can be deceiving, which is what I tell myself pretty much every time I look in the mirror. This 1965 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ45 looks a little rough in the photos but I have a feeling that deep… more»

Cold War Comrade: 1969 GAZ-69A

The Second World War made abundantly clear the huge advantage held by a truly mechanized military, and few machines demonstrated this as effectively as the humble Jeep. A light, four-wheel drive vehicle with a legendary reputation for durability, it… more»

No Reserve 4X4! 1973 International Harvester Scout II

Along with both versions of the Jeep Cherokee, International covered the nascent SUV market pretty early on with the Scout (1961-1980) like this 1973 example. What caught my attention in this case, is this vehicle’s condition. Most Scouts that… more»

Rare 1967 International Scout 800 Sportop

Scout 800s were only made from 1965 to 1968, and most of those were not this unusual Sportop version, and not even all of those were the soft-top Sportop! So what we have here is an unusual early SUV, in… more»

Rare Off-Roader: 1979 Nissan Patrol

As the seller rightly points out, if you were an American buyer in 1979 who had their heart set on owning a new Nissan Patrol, you were out of luck. The model was only sold in the US between… more»

Limited Edition: 1965 Jeep CJ-5A Tuxedo Park Mark IV

For any vehicle manufacturer worth their salt, they know that limited edition trim packages serve two primary purposes. The first is to lift buyer perception about a particular model and raise that model above its regular station in life…. more»

1966 Ford Bronco U142 Half Cab Project

A rising tide floats all boats, as the saying goes, and the popularity of Ford’s first-generation Ford Bronco in recent years has raised the stock of every old Bronco out there, including some that were long-ignored and passed over… more»

302/3-Speed: 1971 Ford Bronco

In the 50-years that it has been plying our roads, this Ford Bronco has only had two owners. It has had limited use in the last few years, and it seems to show a lot of potential as a… more»

Spotless Restoration: 1977 Land Rover 88 Series III

There is nothing wrong with instant gratification. Tackling a project build has its attractions because the owner can create a vehicle that reflects their tastes and abilities. However, being able to buy any classic and have the option to… more»

V8 Equipped: 1968 International Harvester Scout 800

The International Harvester Scout was produced from 1960 all the way to 1980. This is the second generation of the Scout called the Scout 800. It is listed for sale here on eBay. The auction has three days remaining… more»

Original 289: 1967 Ford Bronco

From a sales perspective, 1967 wasn’t a banner year for the Ford Bronco. The company only managed to sell 14,230 examples, representing a massive 40% drop compared to 1966. However, a vehicle that didn’t capture the buying public’s heart… more»

Turbo Diesel: 1980 International Harvester Scout II

We rarely see the last year of the International Harvester Scout for sale and when we do it is always exciting to see one that is equipped with a Nissan-built turbo diesel inline six-cylinder engine. This 1980 International Harvester… more»

Open Door Policy: 1972 International Harvester Scout II

This 1972 International Harvester Scout II has an open door policy. Literally, it is missing the passenger door in this picture but the seller states that he does have the door. The Scout is located in Clifton, Texas. This… more»

Turbo BMW Power! 1990 Bertone Freeclimber

A rare and truly international vehicle, the Bertone Freeclimber took the basic Daihatsu Rugger from Japan, added a German BMW engine, upgraded interior and more, all under the brand of Italian styling house and coach builder Bertone. This 1990… more»