International Harvester has an instant appeal with its
industrial-grade ruggedness. And that's really maximized on this
1974 Scout II 4x4. It has the right off-road ready upgrades to make
sure even a trip through town looks like you're in the middle of a
This Scout has the right attitude for a serious off-road machine.
Everywhere you see black, there's off-road ruggedness. It includes
the tubular steel front bumper w/bull bar, side rock guards, full
roof rack, wide trailing mirrors, and rear steel bumper w/trailer
hitch. And what looks like dark headlights in the daytime are
really upgraded LEDs with lighthouse-level power. The body has been
finished in a camo-style green. It has a distinct look that will
really resonate with those who like the look of nature and like a
vehicle that isn't afraid to come in contact with it, too.
While the outside has been done for a robust look, there has been a
large investment inside to also add comfort into the mix. The
premium two tone gray and black is expertly intertwined on the high
back bucket seats, full-size rear bench, and side/door panels. It
has a leather-like look, right down to the stitch, but it's made of
a durable vinyl. This same kind of resilience is why you have
strong rubber mats over the newer carpeting. There are nice
features for added comfort, like the cup holder center console that
also doubles as a lock box. And there's an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB
and Bluetooth. You'll love slipping behind the wood-rimmed steering
wheel, and you have a clear view to the full gauge package.
Under the hood is a stock presentation of a 392 cubic-inch motor.
This was the big V8 in IH's arsenal, and so it's great to have in
this beefy SUV. This V8 fires up eagerly as it inhales deeply from
the Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor. And the dual exhaust with
Xlerator mufflers has a proper V8 sound. The lifted stance and
two-speed 4x4 transfer case give this the ability to keep going
when the trail ends. But for those days when you're on pavement,
this Scout obliges with good anytime features like power steering,
front disc brakes, and a smooth but stout Torqueflite 727A
three-speed automatic transmission.
Complete with build receipts, this is a great combination of
distinction and utility with even plenty of comfort added in the
mix. So it's time to grab this Scout. Call today!!!
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