1972 International Harvester Scout II

Jan 21, 2019

Category: Rides

We’ve said it before and we’ll surely say it again: everything looks better in black. And if you haven’t quite come over to our way of thinking, maybe this absolutely stunning matte black 1972 International Harvester Scout II will change your mind.

Managing to balance both the aggressive and the subtle, this magnificent American 4×4 is definitely a restomod worth your attention. That starts with the recently-rebuilt 304 ci V8 under the hood, giving this beast a sultry purr and plenty of off-road capability. This steed also features custom front and rear bumpers, a four-inch Rough Country lift, Mickey Thompson Deegan wheels with Nitto 33×12.50 mud grappler tires, and the option to upgrade it further with a roll bar and three-point seat belts. With only 35,516 miles on the odometer and a price of just $43,900, this black beauty is looking for a very lucky owner.

Purchase: $43,900

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