Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1976 International
Harvester Scout II. This Scout has a great look and lots of nice
upgrades. It is finished in charcoal metallic with grey and black
interior and powered by a 345 cubic inch V8 with a four-barrel
carburetor and a four-speed manual transmission.
We have a three-page spreadsheet of recent upgrades and repairs,
but to hit on the high points... Six-point custom roll cage, Rough
Country lift, custom bumpers with tire carrier on the rear and
Smittybuilt winch on the front, 35x12.50 tires on Pro Comp wheels
in like new condition, front end rebuild, Detroit locker, upgraded
lighting inside and out, bucket seats with integrated seatbelts,
class three trailer hitch and brake controller, numerous engine and
drivetrain service items and upgrades... the list goes on and on
(contact us and we'll send it over).
The Softopper soft top is in excellent condition and the interior
shows to a good, ready-for-anything standard with a Raptor spray in
bed liner and attractive two-tone upholstery. This Scout starts
easily and runs great - it feels well sorted overall. The paint is
presentable but was not done to a show-quality standard and has
some flaws throughout. Rocker and floor pan replacement along with
some other body rust repair was carried out by a previous owner;
the inner rockers were not addressed and have some rust, along with
a few small bubbles on the driver's side rear quarter. We would
consider these flaws to be minor and non-structural (and details
that would only be noticed by a Scout expert). Overall this truck
has a great look and tens of thousands of dollars invested in
recent service and upgrades.
For more information about this 1976 International Scout II for
sale at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.
1976 International Scout
Exterior Color:Charcoal Metallic
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