Auction Block: 1978 International Harvester Scout II

Feb 28, 2018

Category: Rides

While we love a great classic Jeep, Land Rover, or Bronco, there are also a few lesser-known now-defunct SUVs and off-roaders we get really excited about when they pop up restored and refreshed. One such vehicles is the International Harvester Scout II – like this gorgeous 1978 example that’s up for grabs.

Done up in a matte-finished desert tan and black, this 4×4 is just begging to be taken out to the dunes for a spin. And since it’s got only 62,982 miles on the odometer, we’re confident she’s good to go for years of fun. This off-roader is powered by a 345ci V8 with a TorqueFlite 727 automatic transmission, has reliable disc brakes and beefy mud grappler tires, a roll cage and 3-point seat belts for added safety, and has recently undergone a full tune-up. To tie it all together, it’s also got LED interior lighting, rhino-lined flooring for extra durability, air conditioning, and a killer stereo system. You could drive off into the sunset aboard this badass classic SUV for $43,900.

Purchase: $43,900

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