Same Tennessee owner for the past 10 years
One of 41,572 Scout IIs were made during 1976
First model year for just IH Scouts
Dark Green exterior, green roof and white trim and green interior
Professional swapped small block Chevy 350 CID V8 engine breathing via dual exhausts
Chrysler A727 TorqueFlite threespeed automatic transmission
4x4 Dana 44 front and rear axles and 3.54 or 3.73 rear end
Airconditioning, power steering, power front disc and rear drum brakes
Tuffy locking steel center console
100inch wheelbase and 6,200 GVWR
Are you searching for an outstanding truck that will allow you to take part in the offroad craze before the values skyrocket up along with the Bronco, Blazer and Jeep CJ? Look no further, we at MotoeXotica Classic Cars have Scouted a vintage 4x4 vehicle that fits that criteria and this one has air conditioning for the up and coming hot weather
This example, made at Internationals Fort Wayne, Indiana factory in June 1976, was one of 41,572 Scout IIs made that year. We purchased this truck from a gentleman from Tennessee who owned the Scout for the past 10 years. The dark green paint, with a contrasting roof and white trim, is in overall very good order. This Scouts bodywork is straight and solid, has a 6,200 gross vehicle weight rating, a 100inch wheelbase, its engine bay is very tidy, as is its cargo area and the battery appear new.
This truck rolls Maxxis Buckshot Mudder tires, size 32x11.50R15LT at all four wheels. Each one surrounds an Ultra alloy wheel that look very attractive on this Scout. The wheels are in excellent order while the tires are in very good condition.
Under the forwardhinged hood is a professionally swapped 350 CID Chevy small block V8 breathing via dual exhausts. The engine installation is very clean and almost looks like it came from the factory Backing up this motor is a Chrysler A727 TorqueFlite threespeed automatic transmission with an adapter plate. Besides its twospeed transfer case, this Scout has Dana 44 front and rear axles. Driver convenience features include airconditioning, power steering and power front disc and rear drum brakes.
Inside, the green seats are in overall very great shape, though there is a minor blemish on the drivers front seatback. Theres a Tuffy lockable steel console between the front seats. The light green carpeting is in good, original condition while the tan headliner is in overall, excellent order. A Grant GT threespoke steering wheel replaces the original wheel and is in fantastic order. The instrument panel has a silver gauge surround and looks fantastic while the inner door liners are in good, original shape. The horn and temp gauge are inoperable. Rounding out the interior is a JVC AM/FM stereo with a USB connection and four speakers.
International had bigger plans in store for the Scout series in 1976 because the company had eliminated its lighttruck lineup. First, the company was attempting to broaden its recreational market by adding special packages for the Scout platforms. Nineteen seventysix was an Olympic year, as well as the United States 200th birthday, so a U.S. Ski Team graphics package was offered along with a Spirit model. In truth, both tape treatments were identical with the specialized logos being added. Special wheels and tires rounded out the packages. Scout Rallye versions also featured tape stripes, power steering, 13/16inch bore shock absorbers, chrome lug nuts and axle end plates, five 15x7 chrome slotted wheels and radial HR78 tires.
All the above packages included heavyduty springs, shocks, and clutch assembles along with mud and snow tires. In addition, they all came with the fulllength cloth tops and a rollbar. In 1976, 41,572 Scouts were produced.
Competition to this Scout in 1976 included Chevrolets K5 Blazer, Dodges Ramcharger, Fords Bronco, GMCs K5 Jimmy, Jeeps CJ5, Plymouths Trailduster and Toyotas Land Cruiser.
This is a beautiful Binder and it likely will not last long so you should stop by MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to check it out for yourself.
This truck is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 27,544 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE
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Exterior: Dark Green
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