Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1980 International
Harvester Scout II. Finished in dark green metallic with a black
removable hard top, rallye stripes, fender flares and custom
bumpers, this is a sharp truck that never fails to turn heads.
Straight body with good paint quality. BF Goodrich 33x11.50 all
terrains on 17-inch matte black alloy wheels combined with a 2.5
inch lift give this truck a great stance (not to mention proper
off-road bona fides).
Interior presents nicely with saddle upholstery (including
matching, custom-stitched steering wheel, sun visor and dash
covers). Interior floors have been rhino lined for all-weather
durability. A roll bar has front seat belt mounts pre-drilled
should the next owner wish to upgrade from the standard lap belts
to three-point shoulder belts. AM/FM/CD stereo is fitted in the
Under the hood is a 304 cubic inch V8 mated to a four-speed manual
transmission. Optioned with power steering and power brakes (front
disc). Recent service includes tune up with new coil and Pertronix
electronic ignition, oil service, new springs, shackles, shocks and
suspension bushings, heavy duty steering linkage, rebuilt steering
gearbox, new power steering pump and hoses. This Scout starts
easily and runs and drives well.
For more information about this 1980 International Scout II for
sale at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.
1980 International Scout
Exterior Color:Forest Green
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