This 1979 International Scout II clad in Copper Metallic is a nice driver with good options including a V8 automatic transmission power steering and power brakes. Paint is good driver quality with no bubbles and no known rust issues. The truck has a Softopper soft top -- the side and rear windows can either roll up or unzip completely in nice weather. Floor pans and rockers are original and very solid; door alignment and panel gaps are good. Glass trim grille and rubber are all in nice driver condition. New 33x12.50 BF Goodrich mud terrain tires on new alloy wheels (and a four-inch Skyjacker suspension lift) give this Scout a great look and a mean stance.The interior is clad in desirable Russet plaid. Door panels and seat upholstery are in excellent original condition; the vinyl floor covering is nearly. We have included some photos of the floors with the seats and vinyl out to show how nice they are. All of the gauges switches indicators and lights are working -- and there's a brand newer Bluetooth-enabled stereo with aux and USB inputs fitted in the dash. The dash pad is very nice with no cracks; paint in the door jambs and on the inside of the doors is original and showing minor wear but I like the fact that it's original paint.Under the hood is a 345 cubic inch V8 with a new four-barrel carb; it's mated to a TorqueFlite 727 three-speed automatic transmission. Additional factory options include power steering and power front disc brakes. Air conditioning system has all of its components intact but is not blowing cold. The truck starts runs shifts and drives well and both the steering and brakes feel just as they should. It's still wearing original paint under the hood. Overall this Scout is a turn-key driver with a great look and great options ready to be used and enjoyed by its next owner. For more information about this 1979 International Scout II available at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta please call 404-692-5250.