- Engine Size
- 392 V8
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Manual
- Body Style
- Body Color
- Interior Color
CLEAN AND SOLID INTERNATIONAL SCOUT II ORIGINALLY FROM ARIZONA!!
This 1973 International Scout II is and exceptionally clean example that originated in Arizona where it spent most of its life. Just check out the underside photos and you will see exactly what I am talking about. No patches that we found and original floor is very very hard to find. When this was selectively frame on restored and repainted they also Rhino Lined the Interior to make sure the floors stayed that way. The body is also solid and clean, but it does have some small imperfections that add a little character here and there but nothing that would discourage someone from buying. The body lines are excellent and the doors close really nice which is a big bonus on these vehicles. The Interior is also in great condition with newly covered front seats. The dash is excellent as well and all of the gauges are working along with the lights, blinkers, wipers, etc.
The engine is the 392 V8 which was rebuilt at some point according to the previous owner. There are no signs showing this not to be true as the engine runs strong with no smoking and it is quiet. It has very good power and great oil pressure. It does have a newer starter, 4 Barrel Carb, Doug Thorley Headers, and dual exhaust which sound great! They put a new 2 Inch all Spring Lift on this Scout with all new Body Bushings. The 4 Speed T19 manual Transmission shifts smooth. This has the Dana 20 Transfer Case and Dana 44 Axles with 3.54 Gears. The rear end is limited slip. Other nice options include Power front Disc Brakes, Power Steering, New Gear Box and Tie Rods. I have driven a-lot of Scouts and this one is a pleasure to drive. It does not wander like many Scouts do....it is a great vehicle!!!
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