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»

Turbo Diesel Power: 1980 International Scout II

What is the definition of a unicorn in the collector car world? Well, it might be this unique 1980 International Harvester Scout II powered by a Nissan-built diesel inline six-cylinder engine. The SUV was produced in the last year… more»

Off Road Project: 1969 International Harvester Scout 800A

This 1969 International Harvester Scout 800A is located in Paris, Kentucky. The 4×4 Scout is listed for auction here on eBay. It is currently bid to $3,750 and the reserve has not been met. The seller states that he… more»

Never Butchered: 1976 International Scout II

This is probably one of my most favorite ads ever written on craigslist. It’s to the point and addresses the typical BS sellers have to face when trying to move metal. This 1976 International Scout II isn’t quite a… more»

Sportstar Edition: 1980 International Scout II

By 1980, the International Scout II was at the end of its run, but there were still plenty of special editions available in that final year. One company that specialized in creating these limited models in 1979 and 1980… more»

Pristine Survivor: 1980 International Scout II

This International Harvester Scout II is the last of its breed.  Produced from 1960 to 1980, this 4×4 was one of the first SUVs on the market and competed with the likes of Jeep and the Ford Bronco. This… 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»

Cummins-Swapped 1971 Scout 800B!

With the explosion in popularity (and price) of the first-generation Ford Bronco in the past few years, perhaps it is time that another similar classic gets some attention. The International Scout shares a lot of qualities that make the… more»

Red Carpet Series: 1965 International Scout

International Harvester produced three generations of the Scout from 1960 to 1979. The first generation Scout was called the Scout 80 and was produced from 1960 to 1965. By the end of 1964, International Harvester had already built 100,000… more»

Free Firetruck! Stuck 1963 International Pump Truck

When it comes to getting rid of unwanted parts or vehicles, “free” is generally a powerful motivator for getting people to show up and haul stuff away you don’t want. However, there are usually some strings attached for vehicles… more»

Field of Dreams: Countless Trucks in Texas

What is better than finding an abandoned truck in a field? Well, of course, it is a whole field full of abandoned trucks! So today, we bring you a host of trucks that are for sale in a field… more»

Rare Rebel Edition: 1971 International Pickup

I don’t know if many readers are into special editions but I’m a huge fan of them. They’re typically just graphics packages without any real muscle or other benefits, but anything to stand out from the crowd, or almost… more»

345 V8 4-Speed 1972 International Travelall 1110

For everyone who has complained about the Tesla Cybertruck having no design at all and just flat lines, yadda-yadda: we bring you this 1972 International Travelall 1110, the original straight-edge-designed vehicle. This decent-looking example can be found here on… more»

Cheap Project: International Scout 80

There is no doubt that this is an early Scout but the seller does not know what year because he or she lost the title. International Harvester built the first generation Scout, called the Scout 80, from 1961 to… 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»