International Harvester

Selective Edition: 1978 International Scout II

Here is a 1978 International Selective Edition Scout II located in Dallas, Texas. The Selective Edition is not a well-known model of the long-running Scout model. It was primarily a paint and decal package that was offered from 1978… more»

8K Mile: 1971 International Scout 800B

You wouldn’t know by looking at it but this 1971 International Harvester Scout 800B is claimed to have been driven only 8,462 miles. As a bonus, it is V8 powered. The auction here on eBay only has about 1… more»

Upgraded Survivor: 1974 International Harvester Scout

Vintage 4x4s really are a treat to own, owing to the fact that they look good scruffy, and in many instances, are often more appealing to onlookers and potential buyers alike if the outside hasn’t been shined to perfection…. more»

Rare Sportop: 1967 International Scout 800 4×4

Gunter Kramer referred this 1967 International Harvester Sportop Scout 800 to us. While there is a lot of bondo starting to chip off, this is a rare Sportop model that is rarely seen for sale. The Scout is said… more»

1973 International 1110 Shortbed Stepside

My gourd what a great-looking truck! Ok, enough of that. We don’t see enough International pickups as far as I’m concerned, is that because they didn’t make as many pickups as Ford, Chevrolet, and Dodge did (duh), or is… more»

Short-Lived Production: 1971 International Scout 800B

The International Harvester Scout pickup is a desirable specimen in almost any flavor it was offered in, especially when you find one that isn’t a basketcase. Like so many other vintage four wheel drives in the same category as… more»

Big-Block Bus: 1938 International DS30

International Harvester, now known as Navistar, has had a varied history of making a multitude of different types of vehicles besides its initial farm implements. Trucks, both commercial and retail were International’s stock in trade for years, along with… more»

Mechanic’s Special: 1962 International Harvester Scout 80

Scouts of seemingly every variety are desirable trucks at the moment, even if they’re tired projects like this one. The combination of rugged drivetrains and go-anywhere abilities rarely fails to catch the of enthusiasts, and Scouts in project-grade condition… more»

Barn Traveler: 1976 International Harvester Scout Traveler

This 1976 International Harvester Scout Traveler had one owner from its purchase in late 1975 to 2013. The Scout Traveler is located in Norman, Oklahoma and is for sale here on eBay. There are 5 days remaining in the… more»

Suburban Alternative: 1973 International Harvester Travelall

This 1973 International Harvester Travelall is a true project, looking like it got dragged into a local salvage yard and left for dead. It may not be quite that dire, however, as the seller appears to have a large… more»

Grandpa’s Hunting Truck: 1978 International Harvester Scout

Can you imagine a better hunting truck than a Scout? It’s certainly likely one of the top 10 examples of a vehicle you can see parked on a large tract of land, with all the requisite features of a… more»

4×4 And AC! 1968 International-Harvester Travelall

Looking nearly bomb-proof, this jolly green giant comes to market in running condition, though the seller advises some “TLC” will be required to address maintenance and other items. The 1968 International-Harvester Travelall in San Dimas, California began life as… more»

Beautiful Restoration: 1949 International Harvester KB-1

We see quite a few pickup project vehicles here at Barn Finds, but this 1949 International Harvester KB-1 is a turn-key proposition that underwent a high-end restoration back in 2016. It doesn’t matter where you look on this vehicle,… more»

345 Powered: 1973 International Harvester Scout II

Getting out and communing with Mother Nature has its attractions. It becomes a whole lot more attractive when you can get there in a tidy classic like this 1973 International Harvester Scout II. Not only does this vehicle present… more»

Rescued From The Crusher! 1965 International Harvester Scout

International Scouts are a sometimes overlooked segment of early SUV’s. Made from 1960 to 1965, the Scout 80 was built to rival the Jeep CJ and Toyota Land Cruiser and was a precursor to the Bronco. In fact, some… more»

Show-Winner! 1971 International Harvester Scout Comanche

Far-removed from any barn, this show-ready Scout may be one of the best-preserved and restored specimens on the planet. The 1971 International Harvester Scout in Frisco, Texas looks like it drove off the pages of the original sales literature!… more»