Scout

Baby Blue: 1979 International Harvester Scout

This 1979 International Harvester Scout II looks to be a solid driver. Many times we see Scouts with worse lower panel rust than this one. Overall, this Scout II looks to be in pretty good condition. It is listed… more»

Low Production Survivor: 1970 International Harvester Scout 800B

International Harvester built over 500,000 Scouts from 1960 to 1980 so they are not rare. Many, if not a majority of the production, has succumbed to what they were intended to be used for or the rust bug has… more»

Unrestored 1967 International Harvester Scout 800

T.J. found this pristine survivor 1967 International Harvester Scout 800 located for sale in Hoquiam, Washington. The seller has the International Harvester Scout 800 listed for only $8,900 and it has been posted for 3 days. The Scout 800… more»

Nissan SD33 Turbo Diesel: 1978 International Scout II

Sometimes car manufacturers get it right and create a timeless design that just looks good. I think International Harvester did that with the first “SUV” – the Scout. This example is a later model but International Harvester first introduced… more»

Seldom Seen Scout: 1970 International Harvester Scout

While it seems like every manufacturer today offers some sort of four-wheel drive SUV, back in the day there were very few of these types of vehicles.  Built for the Mojave not the mall parking lot, these beasts were… more»

Gold Digger: 1973 International Harvester Scout II

This four wheel drive 1973 International Harvester Scout II has spent its life as a ranch truck and the seller believes that it only has 29k original miles. It is located in Fredericksburg, Texas which is in the hill… more»

Rare HO: 1980 International Scout CVI

Over 500,000 Scouts were produced from 1960 to 1980. It was one of the first SUVs with rugged looks and 4WD. This example is a 1980 International Harvester Scout II CVI. The “CVI” stands for Custom Vehicles Incorporated, a… more»

Donor or Restore: 1977 International Scout II

This 1977 International Harvester Scout II is going to be difficult to move unless you have some axles, wheels and tires. It is located in Nacogdoches, Texas. The seller has the vehicle listed here on Craigslist for $1,800. The… more»

Sunk to Frame: 1967 International Scout 800

To some this might look like a lost cause or a worthless hunk of metal. To others, it is a rare find. This 1967 International Harvester Scout is located in Bowden, West Virginia. It is currently bid to $355… more»

One Owner: 1979 International Harvester Scout II

There were over 500,00 Scouts built from 1960 to 1980 but only a fraction of those remain in running and driving condition today. This example is a 1979 International Harvester Scout II. It is located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and… more»

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»

On The Warpath: 1941 Indian 741 Military

While Harley-Davidson reigns supreme as America’s motorcycle company, the Indian Motorcycle Company always managed to hang in there and come back again and again like Rocky Balboa.  What is it about the fabled Indian motorcycle that Americans love so… 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»

1976 International Harvester Scout II

Car guys all like a good project. There is something about the expectation of the hope of seeing it run again. At some point, the realization of underestimating the amount of work to get a vehicle back on the… more»

How Much? 1974 International Scout II

It wasn’t too long ago, a project like this 1974 International Scout II could have been picked up for a couple of thousand dollars. But like many other things lately, prices seem to be almost unbelievable. This one is… more»

Two for One: 1935 BSA Scout Automobiles

The 1935 BSA Scout Automobile was a unique vehicle that was introduced by the Birmingham Small Arms Company (BSA) for the 1935 model year. BSA was a British firm that had been manufacturing firearms and ammunition since the mid-19th… more»