1972 International Harvester

SCout Ii

Blue with Blue vinyl interior with white piping, Black floors, V8, Automatic transmission.

International Harvester began building trucks and pickups in 1907. In the late 1950s they began to design a competitor for the two-door Jeep CJ 4x4. The 1961 model year Scout 80 made its debut in late 1960. The Scout II were produced in Fort Wayne, Indiana from 1971 to 1980 as two-door trucks with a removable hard top. The 1971 and 72 Scout II is most identifiable by its front grille, three horizontal bars between the headlights and chrome rings around the headlights.

This Scout II was purchased by its most recent owner 5 years ago from a Louisville, Kentucky farmer. It is unknown how long the famer owned the vehicle but it is believed to have been from new.

When purchased in 2012, this Scout II was sent to well-known Fort Lauderdale, Florida based Eldred Tailored Restorations for a complete overhaul. Over $23,000 was spent on work that included a complete custom exterior and interior paint job and body work, full service tune-up including all fluids, plugs, cables and seals, new shocks, new e-brake system, renewed radiator, new battery, new tail light lenses, side-view mirrors and horn, new Falken Wild Peak A/T01 33x12.50R-15 tires, custom upholstered front seats, rear seats, and door panels, custom fabricated rear bench seats, custom heavy duty lockbox center console, custom fabricated beach cooler rack, and new outdoor waterproof stereo system and speakers. Most recently in 2017 the carburetors were rebuilt. Eldred Tailored Restorations produced the following video to highlight the outcome of the build http://vimeo.com/46382412

The ultimate beach cruiser, this custom Scout II has been collector owned and cared for and is ready for immediate use and enjoyment.

Video walk-around and road test:https://youtu.be/VisBIbrzGdg

Price: $35,900