International Harvester

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»

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Rare Crew Cab: 1973 International Wagonmaster

This is an awesome rig I didn’t even know existed but now desperately want: a 1973 International Harvester Wagonmaster, a very cool four-door pickup with a short bed and room for what looks like a six-passenger seating arrangement. What’s… more»

One Owner, 70 Years! 1947 International Harvester

You can’t really tell from the photo above, but this is a 1-ton, long-box truck! While not the ideal starting point for a cool street machine, this old International looks like a winner to me. It is from 1947… more»

All Original: 1961 International Scout 80

Along with the first-generation Ford Bronco, the International Scout has to be one of the current “it” vehicles. The prices have relatively gone nutso (in my best Fonz voice) over the last few years and original examples like this… more»

Factory Diesel: 1979 International Harvester Scout Traveler

If it’s all about the options, then this 1979 International Harvester Scout Traveler is quite possibly one of the most robustly-equipped trucks we’ve seen in a while. It’s a rare Traveler edition with the extended wheelbase, plus it has… more»

Barn Find 1972 International 1110 & 1010 Travelalls

Quick, name something that’s better than one International Travelall. Yep, that, too, but I was thinking that two of them are better than one! These two barn find 1972 International Travelalls can be found here on Barn Finds Classifieds,… more»

Arizona Barn Find: 1977 International Scout II

This 1977 International Harvester Scout is described as an Arizona survivor with under 70,000 original miles and just one repaint in its original color. Rust is said to be limited to service-level only, and one dent in the hardtop… more»

Fire Fighter: 1963 International Scout

Okay, hands up all of you who wanted to be a fire-fighter when you were a child. You can tell me. No-one is looking. Many a small child was attracted to the idea of riding around in a shiny… more»

The Original SUV: 1964 International Scout 80

This 1964 International Harvester Scout 80 is an impressive survivor that is built just the way you want one: factory dual-stick transfer case with locking IH hubs, four-wheel drive with high/low range, fold-down front windshield, and the original 152… more»

Cheap 1965 International Travelall D-1000

As if I needed another reason to move to the southwest US, finding solid vehicles like this 1965 International Travelall D-1000 just put it over the top. It isn’t rust-free but compared to what a swiss-cheese-mobile it would be… more»

Stored 20 Years! 1952 International Harvester L-130 Truck

If you’ve wanted a classic truck that is a little bit out-of-the-box, how about an International flat bed? This 1952 IH L-130 looks like a decent project and is likely to be the only one at a car show…. more»

Well-Optioned Survivor: 1975 International Scout

This 1975 International Scout II XLC is a nicely optioned survivor that wears great colors and a few spots of rust. The Scout presents just like one of these should, as an off-road warrior with some bumps and bruises… more»

Solid Driver: 1949 International Harvester KB-3

What I love about so many classic pickups that we see here at Barn Finds is that as original survivors, they simply ooze character. That is the case with this 1949 International Harvester KB-3 Pickup. No attempt has been… more»

Military History? 1962 International Harvester Metro Van

Vans can make for interesting projects. They are not quite a truck but can haul cargo. They are not quite a car but can be set up to carry passengers. They are not quite a camper but can be… more»

Daily Driver 4×4: 1980 International Scout

This 1980 International Scout is currently used by the seller on a daily basis on the mean streets of Philadelphia, making it unusual for not only surviving in drivable condition but doing so in an unforgiving urban environment. It’s… more»

Barn Find Survivor: 1974 International Scout

This 1974 International Harvester Scout is said to have less than 42K original miles! The real-deal barn find is being sold by Desirable Autos and Classics in Springtown, Texas. You can find it here on eBay with a current… more»