- Chassis: 4S8S0DGD16917
- 32k Miles Shown, TMU
- 345ci V8
- Three-Speed Automatic Transmission
- Dual-Range Transfer Case
- Green Paint
- Black Removable Hardtop
- Bikini Top
- Gray Cloth Upholstery
- 15" Wheels
- Suspension Lift
- Power-Assisted Brakes
- Six-Point Roll Cage
- Three-Point Seatbelts
- USB Power Port
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This 1974 International Harvester Scout II was acquired by the seller in 2017 and underwent subsequent refurbishment work that included rust repair, a repaint in green, and installation of fender arches, a six-point roll cage, and a replacement exhaust system. Power is from a 345ci V8 mated to a three-speed automatic transmission and a dual-range transfer case, and additional equipment includes a removable hardtop, a bikini top, 15″ wheels, a suspension lift, three-point seatbelts, and a USB power port. This Harvester Scout II is offered with a clean Idaho title in the seller’s name.
The truck was repainted green during current ownership, at which time replacement body mounts, rear inner tub corners, and front kick panels were reportedly installed. Exterior details include a black removable hardtop with a roof rack, a bikini top, a chrome-finished front bumper, LED auxiliary lights, a black mesh grille, black fender arches, dual side mirrors, and a steel rear bumper. Rust is present in the front wheel well and is shown up close in the gallery below.
Polished 15″ wheels wear 31×10.5″ Dick Cepek Trail Country EXP tires that were recently installed, according to the seller. Equipment includes a suspension lift, power-assisted brakes, and manually-locking front hubs.
The cabin features front bucket seats and a rear bench upholstered in gray cloth, while the dashboard, door panels, and floors have been treated with a black texturized coating. The lower dash is finished in red, and amenities include an aftermarket fold-down center front seat, a six-point roll cage, three-point seatbelts, a USB port, and a floor-mounted fire extinguisher.
The three-spoke steering wheel frames a horizontal 120-mph speedometer and auxiliary gauges. The five-digit odometer shows 32k miles, 10k of which were added by the seller. True mileage is unknown.
The 345ci V8 was reportedly fitted with a replacement exhaust system and electronic ignition during current ownership. Work performed in preparation for the sale is said to have included an oil change and replacement of the distributor cap, rotor, and ignition wires.
Power is sent to the rear or all four wheels through a three-speed automatic transmission and a dual-range transfer case.
Additional photos taken during the refurbishment work are provided in the gallery.