1974 International Harvester Scout II

This 1974 International Harvester Scout II is located in Mansfield, Texas. There are three days left in the auction and the Scout is bid to $15,750 but the reserve has not been met. It is listed here on eBay… more»

Rare Gold Key Edition: 1968 International Scout 800

This is one of the nicest International Harvester Scouts ever to be featured here on Barn Finds. It’s from the seller’s personal Scout collection and is being advertised as “an ultra rare, low production, Limited Edition Scout “V” model… 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»

One-Family Owned 1973 International 1210 Pickup

Adaptability was a key element for the International Light Line D-Series trucks, with a wider choice of wheelbase options available than any of its competitors at the time, plus buyers could even choose a chassis-only and transform it into… more»

Rally Red: 1978 International Harvester Scout II

International Harvester produced the Scout from 1961 to 1980. Over the years, many improvements were made. Here on eBay, a 1978 International Harvester Scout II is listed for sale with 3 days remaining in the auction. It is currently… more»

Better Than Most? 1961 International Scout 80 4×4

In only two decades of production, International Harvester created a rugged, legendary, and dare I say iconic vehicle that’s still popular today. The seller has this 1961 International Scout 80 pickup-style 4×4 posted here on craigslist just southwest of… more»

Arkansas Barn Find: 1964 International Scout 80

Vintage Broncos have been escalating in value dramatically over the past decade. When Ford re-introduced the “New Bronco” for the 2021 model year, it made vintage Bronco prices go even higher. For those of you that can’t afford a… more»

304/4-Speed: 1976 International Scout II Rallye

December 21st, 2022 was a significant day. It marked the Winter Solstice or the shortest day of the year. That means that days will get longer, and warm weather won’t be far away. When that happens, the temptation to… more»

A Traveling Travelall: 1958 International A110

The “Lumberer” is how I’d refer to this early SUV from International. It’s big, heavy, and clunky looking but was an effective all-purpose hauler from that halcyon automotive year of 1958. It is said to have lived its life… more»

V8 Powered: 1978 International Harvester Scout II

International Harvester sold over 500,000 Scouts from their introduction in 1961 to the final production run in 1980. This example is a Scout II which was produced from 1971 to 1981 and features a V8 engine and front winch…. more»

Diesel Four-Speed: 1980 International Scout II

Buyers had a few choices for 4×4 vehicles in 1980, perhaps the most unique would be a last-year Scout II with a Nissan-sourced diesel engine. This 1980 International Scout II has that diesel engine, along with a four-speed manual… more»

BF Exclusive: 1967 International Harvester Scout 800

International Harvester introduced the Scout to the public in 1960 and produced over 500,000 units from 1961 to 1980. After the first production run of the Scout 80 in 1964, International Harvester produced the Scout 800. There were three… more»

The First SUV? 1956 International Travelall

There’s a lot of speculation and discussion as to what the first SUV was, at least in the United States. Considered by many as the first “SUV”, this 1956 International Travelall is posted here on craigslist in Sierra Vista,… more»

Chevy-Powered 1973 International 1010

The International Light Line (part of International Harvester) was a range of light-duty pickups built between 1969 and 1975. They received new bodies applied on existing platforms. They were renamed in 1971, with 1010 being the half-ton model. International’s… more»

Rugged Original: 1964 International Harvester Scout 80

You will not be able to drive this one home but this 1964 International Harvester Scout 80 is presented as an original and still running example of one of the first SUVs. It is located near Fayetteville, Arkansas and… more»

Semper Fi! Revisited 1963 International Travelette

This early quad-cab pickup is a 1963 International Travelette C-1100, and it appears it was delivered to the U.S. Marine Corps from the very beginning. The unusual truck is listed for sale here on Facebook Marketplace and is located… more»