1973 International Scout II Base Sport Utility 2-Door 5.0L

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Technical specifications

Manufacturer:International Harvester
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Red/White
Trim:Base Sport Utility 2-Door
Number of Cylinders:8
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I originally purchased this Scout to restore it due to its lack of rust, but 2 days after buying it I bought a Travelall. Also in the middle of a '73 1110 p/u restoration so the Scout goes. Previous local owner had it for 20 years. Odometer shows over 4000 miles which I'm sure has turned once or twice. Please copy and paste link to see video for a detailed look at this vehicle. ( Arizona Scout II missing the head liner. I do have the interior side panels for the top. It runs but has sat for a while and smokes at start up. Issue appears to be passenger side head. The 2 bbl motorcraft needs rebuilt and it has spongy brakes. V304 w/ automatic and TC-143 transfer case (another reason I liked this Scout!). The trans goes into all gears and moves but the carb is too bad to drive it. Sits nicely with a 2" Rancho lift on 31's and chrome spokes with a spare in the back. Paint is rough as per video and pics. The seats are in decent shape, the front bench seat passenger side has 2 small tears (see video) and is coming apart on the seams. For whatever reason, it starts with key and a toggle switch in dash (see video). As mentioned, I just bought it so I haven't worked on it. Just dumped a battery in it and primed the carb to start it, typical IH!! Video is representative of unit, please ask any questions or for additional photos or video. Will be happy to accommodate. The only bondo we can determine is a small spot at lower right corner of driver side headlight. The only obvious rust is at the bottom corner of driver side fender (see video) and appears to not be penetrable, only surface. The undercarriage is also very clean. Honestly, I hate to let it go. Its one of the cleanest Scouts I've seen in a long while, even here in Tucson.
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