1979 International Scout II V8 4 Speed 4x4 Hard Top Soft Top Not Bronco Not FJ40
- Condition: Used
- Make: International Harvester
- Model: Scout
- Type: Convertible
- Year: 1979
- Mileage: 12,345
- Color: Factory Scout Color
- Engine size: 345 CI
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: 4WD
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1979 International Harvester Scout1979 Scout, International Harvestor4x4345CI EngineNew CarbNew StarterNew Fuel PumpFresh Service4" Spring Lift Both Front and RearNew ShocksRelocated Rear Axle to Center Wheel Well4 Speed TransmissionFront Disc BrakesCustom Front BumperNew (Never Used) 12,000lb WinchCustom Rear Bumper With Tire SwingNew Floors Front and Rear See Pictures New SS Grill2 Brand New Tires (front) 305/55 R20 Nitto Trail Grappler M/T (Very Expensive over $500 a Piece)3 Other tires (all matching) about 5,000 miles on them See Pictures5 New 20" WheelsHas Air Conditioning Blows Cool (Not Cold I have Not Checked Freon)New Carpet Both Front and RearNew Full Roll CageHas SOFT Top See PicsHas Factory Doors See PicsHas Factory HARD TOP Not Pictured But In Very Nice Shape (Same Color as SOFT Top)Paint is Factory Scout Color, Paint is About 3 Years Old and Looks Nice.
I have owned this Scout for About 3 Years, Only reason for selling is I purchased a Hummer H1. The Scout rides Awesome I Used The factory Scout Seats which are Super Comfortable and Look Great Had All Seats ReDone and All New Carpet. It rides, stops and drives like it should, The body has a couple small dings but from 10' away it looks perfect. The Transmission is Super Tight and Shifts Great. The 345 V8 is very reliable and runs good. It sounds very good as well. I know I have left some things out but over all this is a Very Presentable Scout. I appreciate your time and Interest.
DarrenEmail, Text or Call918-521-4311On Sep-20-16 at 08:07:34 PDT, seller added the following information:
I wanted to add the following information, When I purchased the Scout several years ago it was in Bone Stock Condition and the Hard Top had Never Been Off according to the owner.The Hard top is ALL there as well as the inner side panels in the rear part of the Scout. Also if you have never owned or driven a Scout they are way more highway friendly both in speed and comfort than a 66-77 Bronco and definitely an FJ40. I have owned several Broncos (10) and 3 FJ's. There Value is not quite at bronco/fj level but they are on the rise and this scout is priced very affordable for all that you are getting.Thanks for your time.