1978 Scout II Renovated better than NEW

Price: - Item location: Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, United States
  • Make: International Harvester
  • Model: Scout
  • Trim: Bronco
  • Year: 1978
  • Mileage: 3000
  • Color: Green
  • Engine size: V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player, Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1978 International Harvester Scout Bronco

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Specifics:

· Removable Terra Top for driving around convertible style.

· Close to new good tires

· Dick Cepek aluminum wheels

· Modern instrument cluster with GPS speedometer

· New dash pad cover

· New steering wheel

· New carpet but it has Rhino Liner under the carpet

· New seats and 5 point seat belts

· New interior roll bar

· New Sony stereo

· New wind shield

· New modern windshield wipers

· Tailgate Ladder

· New poly gas tank and new sender

· New shocks all the way around

· New break pads, rotors and brake cylinders in the front

· New brake booster and master cylinder

The engine is the original International 345 cubic inch V8. The transmission is a Torque flight 3 speed automatic. It has been upgraded with electronic ignition and an alternator instead of the factory generator. It has a custom made front bumper with Winch. The Scout starts and runs great. The Bed Pan and the Driver's side Floor pan have been replaced.

History of the 1972-1980 International Scout II

After the original International Scout proved that four-wheel-drive vehicles are as fashionable on the boulevard as the barnyard, IH totally redesigned their little truck for 1971 to become bigger and potentially more powerful. Introduced early in the year, the Scout II shared design cues and some components with International’s line of pickup trucks. The larger Scout II was now more of a competitor to Jeep’s Wagoneer and Cherokee rather than the CJ-5.

The Scout II’s entry level powertrain was the same as its predecessor—the 152-cid slant-four. With the model’s scaled-up size, however, there was now room for optional V-8s up to 345 cid. The Scout II also continued to offer two major types of roofs: a pickup top and a wagon-like TravelTop, which continued to be the preferred choice among buyers.

Current & Historical Values

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Current Values

· #1 Concours $41,500

· #2 Excellent $31,700