Blank Slate Ambulance: 1940 International Harvester Woody

The story goes that, due to the steel shortage during World War II, manufacturers began using wood as replacements for body panels. Hence, the “woody” was born. The style maintained popularity throughout the decades, even so much as starting… more»

Half Cab 4×4: 1965 International Scout 80

This 1965 International Harvester Scout 80 looks pretty sharp but unfortunately it has sat for a while and is no longer running. The worst part of this vehicle is the frame is showing rot which may compromise the rigidity… more»

First Year: 1961 International Scout 80

International Harvester was the first on the scene to produce a midsize SUV type four wheel drive vehicle. They introduced the International Harvester Scout 80 in 1961 and continued production of this model until 1965. The Scout 80 was… more»

Rot Free: 1963 International Scout 80

Things in the 1960’s were just simpler compared to today. One look at this 1963 International Harvester Scout 80 shows that sometimes simpler is better. This is a running and driving 57 year old 4WD that can still put… more»

Perfect Patina? 1965 International Scout 80

In its current condition, this 1965 International Harvester Scout 80 is air-cooled because there is no engine under the hood! The seller states that the body is sold but “has dents and dings but it just adds to the… more»