International

Rare Off-Roader: 1980 IH Scout Midas Edition

With the popularity of vintage 4×4’s, it seems like everything in the truck market is turning to gold right now. This 1980 International Harvester Scout 4×4 Midas Edition looks like gold, the name says it all. But, with a… more»

Airstream Accessory: 1975 International Travelall

While not aerodynamically-enhanced in any way, these slab-sided International Travelalls were at least quite capable as family haulers or road-trip machines. As the seller points out, they were also quite popular with the tow-your-camper set, and this 1975 model… more»

No Reserve: 1979 International Scout II

This 1979 International Scout II is a one-owner vehicle that has seen little use over the past few years. It has spent the majority of its life parked in a barn, but every 6 months it is taken out… more»

13,056 Miles? 1977 International Scout Traveler

If you thought a standard International Harvester Scout II was too compact, you might consider this long-wheelbase version, known as the Traveler, to be more accommodating. Complete with a hardtop that makes all-weather practicality a reality, the seller claims… more»

Shortest One Made: International Harvester 100 KB-1

As we’ve seen on these pages many times, the shorter wheel base or short-box beds found on vintage trucks can make all the difference in how badly an enthusiast wants to own it. In addition to just generally looking… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1980 International Scout II Turbo Diesel

Classic SUVs have ever slowly been going up in value, leaving me wishing I had bought up as many Scouts, Broncos and Blazers as I could have back when I still lived in Wyoming! While you can still find… more»

Driveway Rescue: 1979 International Scout

The seller of this 1979 International Harvester Scout claims it’s been sitting in his driveway for too long, stuck there after a family emergency took his attention away from restoring the vintage off-roaders. The Scout looks like a worthy… more»

IH Light Line: 1972 International 1210 Pickup

In the current vintage-automobile market, the hottest American classic trucks today come from the “Big Three” Chrysler, Ford, and GM. Not many people remember that International Harvester made some pretty capable pickup trucks like this 1972 1210, which is… more»

Jeff in the Junkyard: Ray Shook’s Garage

Whenever I make a trip to Georgia either for work or to visit my in-laws, I always try to find another salvage yard to visit beyond the one I’m helping to clear out as a Barn Finds Exclusive. This time, I… more»

Untouched 1977 International Harvester Scout SS II

This 1977 International Scout is a rare “SS II” package, a model which rarely comes up for sale. Not only was it a limited production trim, but these were designed to be bashed and trashed off-road to prove its… more»

Pickup Edition: 1976 International Scout Terra

While spotting an International Harvester Scout isn’t hard to do, the pickup body variant known as the Scout Terra is a fair bit harder to come by. The example seen here is one such truck, and it remains in… more»

Nissan Diesel Power: 1980 International Scout

Despite a burly American truck like the International Scout seemingly an icon of domestic toughness and reliability, some of the later Scout II’s actually relied on diesel power from Nissan to keep their rugged reputation intact. This 1980 model… more»

Short Box Project: 1956 International Harvester S-120

Here are some color code names you don’t often see assigned to pickup trucks: Cambrian Coral and Magnolia White. That’s the factory color scheme on this claimed-survivor 1956 International Harvester S-120, which looks fairly rough around the edges but… more»

Sweet Wrecker: 1957 International Harvester A160

There was a time when local dealerships had their own fleet of roadside assistance vehicles, ready to head out under the cover of darkness or in the height of bad weather to rescue stranded motorists. Well, perhaps that would… more»

Cheap Rallye Spec: 1976 International Scout

This 1976 International Scout is described as a project-grade survivor with just one repaint and several desirable factory options. The seller acquired the Scout from a longtime owner owned it since 1982 and let it sit beginning in 1989…. more»

Long Wheelbase Edition: 1978 International Scout

For years, I’ve been obsessed with long wheelbase Mercedes and Jaguars; little did I know that International was doing the same thing with their popular Scout 4×4 to give off-roading passengers the same sense of luxury. This “Terra” edition… more»