International Scout

Midas Edition: 1980 International Scout II Traveler

This 1980 International Scout II Traveler is a rare Midas edition equipped with the rare turbodiesel engine and a four-speed manual. In the world of Scouts, this is about as good as it gets for an equipment list. The… more»

Good Bones: 1980 International Harvester Scout II

While the market can ebb and flow on pricey sports cars and luxury vehicles, old-school 4x4s seem to be reliable as the rain in terms of steady values. This 1980 International Scout Harvester II is one of the less-often-seen… more»

Western Survivor: 1974 International Scout II

We don’t normally see an International Scout with the top off for some reason. Maybe because it’s not exactly an easy one-person task to disconnect it, wrestle it off, and then store it someplace while you ride around in… more»

Barn Find: 1966 International Scout 800 Sportop

As one of the most interesting models of the Scout series, this Sportop example looks like a great project and the seller calls it an actual barn find. This is a 1966 International Scout 800 Sportop, they have it… more»

No Reserve: 1966 International Scout 800

Apart from uber-desirability, two attributes will usually stop buyers in their tracks when searching for a project candidate. Any seller who offers a 2-for-1 deal will command attention, while those vehicles listed with No Reserve will also turn heads…. more»

Bronco Alternative? 1961 International Scout 80

With the outrageous prices that Ford’s Bronco (’66-’77) has been commanding, which is hard to believe knowing their plebian bearing, it makes one wonder if International’s Scout (’61-’80) will be the next big (small) thing in retro SUVing. We… more»

Rare Turbo-Diesel: 1980 International Scout II

This 1980 International Scout II was the end of the line for International Harvester’s notable SUV. While all the rage today, International, along with Ford and its Bronco, were ahead of the curve with their rugged, go-anywhere vehicles. This… more»

Solid Scout: 1964 International Scout 80

Coming a decade before the reported first usage of the term Sport Utility Vehicle, this 1964 International Scout 80 would be a fun one to own. The seller has this driveable project 4×4 listed here on eBay in Richmond,… more»

Parked For 15 Years: 1970 International Scout 800

This 1970 International Scout 800 may look like a first-gen Ford Bronco but the big difference isn’t the visuals, it’s the market price. Bronco’s numbers are on another planet, the Scout? Not so much so. Subjectively speaking, I prefer… more»

Diesel Duty: 1980 International Scout II 4×4

This boxy 1980 International Scout 4×4 diesel with manual transmission checks just about every box for me. The seller has it listed here on eBay in Marquette, Michigan which also checks quite a few boxes for me. That’s a… more»

Factory AC: 1979 International Scout II

With the reintroduction of the Ford Bronco – good or bad – it would be fun to see what a modern interpretation of the Scout would look like now. They’re both pretty hot sellers right now, at least first-gen… more»

Modified Survivor: 1973 International Harvester Scout

I’ve often debated whether a vehicle that is largely original should be altered from stock, especially if the changes lead to it becoming an arguably better vehicle. This 1973 International Harvester Scout has been improved upon by the seller,… more»

Chopped Top! 1973 International Scout

OK, this one’s really a stretch. Yes, there’s a ’73 International Scout in there somewhere. The seller advises, “This Scout is a project” – gee ya think? That could be an overly enthusiastic assessment but I’ll withhold judgment for… 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»

Repaint Or Preserve? 1967 International Scout 800

We recently saw a 1973 International pickup that looks like it could be almost the fraternal twin to this 1967 International Scout 800. Maybe not a fraternal twin, but at least a close relative with the paint and wheels… 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»

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