1979 International Scout II

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Technical specifications

Manufacturer:International Harvester
Model:Scout
Year:1979
Type:Crew Cab Pickup
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Color:Yellow
Mileage:140,000
Transmission:Automatic
Interior Color:Tan/Brown
Engine:345
Trim:Stripe Package
Number of Cylinders:8
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The Radio is a Retrosound Radio, so the dash has never been cut into. It has Bluetooth and hands free calling and more. The Scout has a 40 Gallon tank upgrade. The Suspension has been gone through this past year and all new bushings have been installed, Polyurethane. It has a New steering Dampener, New shocks, New Alternator, New Starter, New Fuel Pump. The Carburetor has been rebuilt and works like new again. Its got a 345 CID engine. It has AC. It has all new door seals, New upholstery, NEW TIRES (only about 800 miles on them). It just had a wheel alignment right before it got the new tires. Too Much to list..
I can go on and on about this Scout, I love this thing. I'm only selling it because its time for me to get rid of some toys. I just pulled the Locking hubs all apart and serviced them, and upgraded the grease, they work great! This thing turns heads and EVERYBODY loves it. I always look forward to driving this truck and I'm really going to miss it when it sells. Now I really want to address the rust I mentioned. This Scout is almost RUST FREE! It really doesn't have much at all. I don't see any need of patching anything, it really is a clean body. I will be more then happy to add photos of the rust spots to show you how small they are. When you look under the truck, at the chassis, its clean, great shape. I added 2 Degrees of caster to the front, because Scouts are known to have touchy steering. This Scout drives awesome! No need to white knuckle the steering wheel, super easy to drive. I even replaced the Rag Joint this year, just to keep everything in tip top condition. NOW FOR THE BAD NEWS: The horn button currently does not work, the paint is not perfect (has some tiny rock chips here and there), the AC needs a charge (I would replace one of the lines) but the compressor comes on and operates. And Last, there is a tiny exhaust leak, never bothered to address it, might be just a bad exhaust gasket. I REALLY HATE TO SELL THIS SCOUT THE MORE I TALK ABOUT IT, BECAUSE IT REALLY IS AWESOME.

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