Though it had a short-lived run, the International Harvester Scout is an icon of off-roading and overlanding. Their recent resurgence has many people purchasing beautiful restorations of old Scout models. One of the most pristine and unique refurbished IH Scouts you’ll ever encounter is this Bahama Blue 1969 International Harvester Scout from Duffy’s Garage.
One of the rare, custom-made “Doll-Up scouts,” this 1969 model was custom ordered and is most likely the only one of its kind built with one-off specifications. At base, it’s an 800A, a model that IH first began producing in 1968 to compete with the amplified Jeeps of the day. Built with a commando 196 CID four-cylinder engine, RA-23 single-reduction rear axle, four-wheel disc brakes, and dual 10-gallon fuel tanks, this beautiful car is built to endure any road — though it’s so pearly you might be tempted to leave it in the garage. Original factory seating has been reupholstered in camel for perfect padding. The beautiful blue and white two-tone colorway harkens back to an iconic time for 4x4s.