1975 Scout II .... Impeccable 1 owner unmolested-ALL original beauty!!!!

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  • Make: International Harvester
  • Model: Scout
  • Year: 1975
  • Mileage: 93,000
  • Engine size: v-8
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Medford, Oregon, United States


Gotta be one of the last survivors, completely all original, 1 owner no accident vehicles around of this type...
Dad was a pilot and this was his baby.... If you look close at the LINE TICKET, it was originally imported to Portland Oregon, then came 350 miles south where dad bought it here in the Valley and it's never left!!! Pop always had two Scout's this one and a diesel. Constantly fine tuning, keeping, maintaining, this has been quite the adventure and the story book will continue. Notice the Journal-book? That brown book has all the incredible details unheard of today! Every gas-up, tire change, complete work history, right down to how often he put it in 4WD? Seriously who does that? LOL:)An OCD pilot who took such amazing care it meant enough to keep EVERYTHING!! Owner maintained right up till pop knew when he needed an expert to do something intricate and beyond his understanding (which wasn't much). So the Rad tale continues with the entire family in on the act where at one time there was 5 Scouts. All trimmed up and proud! Trips to the Death Valley, Arizona desert, camping, all of it a piece of its perfect history. Then there was that one day when a 260 Z car hit dad bent the bumper and nope..... no insurance or police needed. He ordered one up from international and we put it on. Done!:) That's the good ole days and story continues with you.................
Why are we selling? Don't really want to honestly... but it's time......
1975 Scout IInew on 4/15/1975.
Odometer is correct at 93,xxx miles. The paint and interior are original.
Line set ticket list V345A, 2 barrel Holley, 3 speed auto (Dodge A 727?), #20Spicer 2 speed transfer case, #44 Dana front axle 3.07 gears anddisc brakes, Warn Lock-O-Matic hubs, #44 Spicer rear with Trac-Loc and 3.07 gears.
Line set ticket, owners manual, and I H shop manual.
Original AM radio. FM tuner, CB radio, altimeter, tach, front bumper guards, fog lights, locking gas cap alarm are added items.
The most expensive repair was $444.00 for transmission re-seal and minor parts in 1990.
In all fairness I've been doing due diligence for years and this price of 26000.00 is perfect. Not greedy for the over 30 mark and much nicer with the legitimate and honorable background worthy of a collector auction.
I see them for much more with questionable and compromised background. This one is not.....
Thanks for taking a peek.
Call me only with a large stack of Ben Franklin's because it's the ONLY way I'm completing a transaction.
Cheers and Blessings!
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