The International Scout II remains reasonably priced as other four-wheel-drive collector cars soar in value
Vintage SUVs have become hot items for car collectors, especially 4X4s that hold the promise of outdoor adventure.
After 50 years of motor vehicle production officials at the International Harvester Company were ready to venture into a new automotive segment.
Just in time for winter-driving chores, or perhaps opening your own snow-plowing business, comes this 1964 International Scout 4X4 with a shorty pickup body.
Seventy cars will get the Adamas treatment, including carbon fiber body
The Pick of the Day appears to be a well-kept and rare unrusted example
Datsun/Nissan anniversary celebration also includes Monterey Motorsports Reunion
If your tires are getting changed in less than an hour, something’s not right
Yes, even a big SUV can fly (and fast) beneath the radar