1977 International Scout II Traveler
Military Resale Lot
Charlotte ANG, NC
Scout II Traveler
Based on 20% down over 120 months *
One Owner IH Scout II Traveler 345 V8 4-spd Factory A/C Original Paint
4 Speed Manual
Largely original, one-owner Scout
345 cubic inch International V8
4-speed manual transmission
Factory air conditioning
Factory power steering
Factory power front disc and rear drum brakes
Rough Country Lift Kit
Original Glennoble Green paint
33x12.50R15 BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires
Original Service Policy listing original owner's name
All RK Motors vehicles receive a comprehensive, multi-point inspection
We can arrange shipment of your purchase anywhere in the world
Backing 345 cubic inches of reliable V8 power with a 4-speed, row-it-yourself transmission, this handsome Scout is a clean, one-owner trail tiller that features options like power steering, power disc brakes, factory air conditioning and a dealer-installed winch. Shopping for a choice classic that's equal parts charm and equal parts capability? You've scouted the right listing!
Nearly every iconic Scout has a following, but the legendary Scout II is arguably the most sought after. Introduced in 1971 as a more refined take on International's vaunted Jeep competitor, the Scout II was billed as a go anywhere ute that was ready to work or play. Purchased new in Mesa, Arizona, this '77 model wraps all that well-rounded swagger in original Glennoble Green single-stage that's leveled with crisp Rallye stripes. At the front of that pigment, a correct 2-slot grille hangs a small “INTERNATIONAL” emblem between a straight bumper, amber parking lamps and black-bucket headlights. Those torches, framed by a blocky brush guard and a dealer-installed Warn winch, lead a fast profile that's garnished with boxed markers, traditional door handles, substantial mirrors and a polished fuel cap. At the top of that “IH” branded fuselage, matte wipers lead a removable hardtop that's finished with a vintage luggage rack. And at the back of the truck, a second straight bumper centers a sturdy tow ball between simple taillights and a whipping antenna.
Hoist the hood and you'll find 345 cubic inches of pure International power. Designed for industrial use, and spinning roughly 150 horsepower into a massive 300 lb./ft. of torque, that smooth mill was, by far, the most popular engine for the Scout II line. Torque meets the pavement through a 4-speed manual transmission, which rides between a correct transfer case and 10-bolt axles. That drivetrain rolls in a factory chassis that's been upgraded with a fresh Rough Country Lift Kit. That chassis is guided by power-assisted steering, and stopped by power-assisted disc and drum brakes. Exhaust flows from painted pipes to what appear to be factory replacement mufflers. And at the corners of the floor, painted steel wheels twist a quartet of 33x12.50R15 BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/As around locking hubs.
Inside this classic you'll find an airy cockpit that has enough room to be your vehicle of choice for any weekend adventure. Front and center, broad bench seats provide enough comfort for four adults. Beneath those seats, weather-resistant matting bridges the gap between crisp Audiovox speakers and a duo of curved shifters. Above those controls, a wood-trimmed dash hangs clean telemetry next to factory air conditioning and a factory AM/FM radio. In front of the driver, a color-keyed steering wheel laps a fixed column. And behind the passengers, a large cargo hold shades a full-size spare tire.
Mixing Middle America style with all-American utility, this sweet Scout is a charmingly old school ute that carries undeniable appeal. If you're looking for a cool cruiser that's rare enough to show off, but not so exclusive you'll be afraid to drop the ropes, you've found your next classic!