Gateway Classic Cars of Houston is happy to offer this fresh
looking 1973 International Harvester Scout II. This Tiffany Blue &
White removable hard top example is in a very good, driver quality
condition, and from the looks of it, was restored and upgraded not
that long ago. The color-matched interior sits nicely with the
newer black and silver vinyl seating areas, and the front bumper
guard, step/rock rails & rear bumper are a good-looking light
silver color, giving it even more contrast and super nice eye
appeal. All of this sits on Superlift off-road shocks and a 5-star
aluminum alloy wheels wrapped up nicely in a set of B.F. Goodrich
All Terrain T/A's, adding a bit of a more muscular look. This '73
Scout II is powered by a strong sounding I.H. 345 C.I.D. V/8 that
runs thorough it's floor shifted 3-speed automatic for much more
enjoyable daily driving. Just a quick look through the photos will
tell you pretty much all you would like to know about this Scout,
but feel free to ask more questions! We all know what has been
happening to the value of nicer, early models Scouts and the market
leaders all agree that the market pinnacle has yet to be reached,
so if you have been looking at the early Scout II's, this example
should definitely be worthy of consideration. Other features
include: power steering, power brakes with disc fronts, removable
hard top, soft bimini top, seat belts, center console, aluminum
alloy wheels, off-road tires.
1973 International Scout II
Exterior Color:Tiffany Blue/White
Interior Color:Tiffany Blue/Gray/White
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