33,272 Indicated Miles - TMU
3-Speed Automatic Transmission
2-Speed Transfer Case
Dana 44 Rear-End w/ 3.07 Gears
Rear Step Bumper
One Known Repaint
Line Setting Ticket and owners manual Included
This 1979 Scout II was originally purchased as an FSO (For Service
Of) unit by an International Harvester dealer in Portland, Oregon
as documented in the original Owner's Service Policy booklet.
It is powered by a 345ci V8 paired to a 3-speed automatic
transmission with a 2-speed transfer case,
and a Dana 44 rear-end with 3.07 gearing. Factory options include
A/C, cruise control,
Rallye wheels, a rear step bumper, and a front stabilizer.
This Scout was reported by the selling dealer to have been
maintained in stock specs with a repaint in its original Embassy
Gray and an added dashboard pad. It was also stated to have
remained local to the Portland area until it arrived in Austin
Texas early in 2019.
It was reported to have received a repaint at some point during
previous ownership and was done in the original shade of Embassy
Gray (8547). Currently, the finish is shows some aging with a few
touched-up chips. It was reported that the interior weatherstrip
seal for the removable hard top remains unbroken, which seems to
indicate that the top has never been been removed.
It looks to have all of the factory badges and lenses along with
the optional rear step bumper
The seats are upholstered in gray cloth with blue vinyl. The OEM
blue carpet shows some fading and
discoloration in a few areas as expected with the age of the
This Scout II was optioned with both A/C and cruise control,
however both features are currently inoperable.
Four new Cooper 235/75R15 Discovery AT3 tires were installed on the
factory Rallye wheels in April of 2020.
The mechanical odometer indicates 33,272 miles with total mileage
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