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SOLD-- 1967 International Scout RUNS DRIVES


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1968 International Harvester Scout. Clean Ohio Title. 196ci Slant 4, 3 speed floor shift, four wheel drive (with locking hubs) high and low range. Low miles! This scout runs and drives and is a very good project. 
 
The Good:
-New Battery
-New Fuel filter 
-New Camshaft
-New long tube Headers
-NOS Lift-gate that’s 100% rust free (from west coast) 
-Detroit Locker! 
-Low miles, simple
-The bed is entirely rust free, was never really used
-Removable Hardtop (becomes full convertible) 
-Comes with a 7ft Meyers hydrolic plow with all the hardware, pump, etc 
-Gets lots of compliments!
 -Has a fun antique “AAAOOOOGGAA” horn
 
The Bad:
-Fuel gauge and Speedometer don’t work (most likely speedo cable) 
-Drivers seat has a cut, but has a Mexican  blanket  
-Front driver side wheel well has rusted
-Lights were disconnected for auxiliary plow lights (which worked) but with the plow gone, so no headlights or brake lights, but that could be easily sorted with a splice kit
 
The History:
From what I was told, the original owner used the Scout very little, accumulating about 40,000 miles over the course of several decades. The second owner bought the scout from the first owner and put in a new cam, headers, and used it as a farm truck and took it to occasional car shows. I bought the Scout from him and did rust repair, and put in new battery, lift-gate, fuel filter, and overall tlc. Now I want a muscle car instead of the Scout and would like to pass it on to a good owner. 
 
Overall:
This scout is mechanically and structurally sound, cosmetics are good, could use a touch up, or keep it as it is. Has many new parts! These are really climbing in value as they are one of the first SUVs and inspired the hugely popular Ford Bronco. I don’t want a whole lot for the scout, and it is priced to sell. The Scouts you see at this price are all basket cases that don’t run, this drives and is fairly solid. I would use this Scout every day, but I have other old car in need of attention and want it to go to a good home instead of sit in the garage. 
 
I can send more pictures, videos and you can stop for a test drive if you would like. I’d like to be as helpful and honest as I can! Thank you for your time, Ryan
Located in the Cleveland area
 
 
 
 
 
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13 minutes ago, Fleek said:

How can you know it is 41000 original miles but the speedometer does not work?  

Good point. When I bought it he told me it stopped working a few years ago and since then he accumulated very little miles just from doing his driveway or car shows. I have no reason not to believe him so if not 41, maybe its 42000. The point is it wasnt used very much. Thanks for catching that 

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7 hours ago, PKUPMAN53 said:

Hello - what's the chance that you still have this Scout for Sale?  Very interested if you do.

Unfortunately, I sold it in July of last year and ended up buying a corvair sorry! They're fun vehicles though I wish you the best of luck finding one. I know of another one near me, its been in this one shop for years always sitting in the same bay, might be worth a call? I'll leave their website below. 

 

http://kanesservicecenter.net/contact.html

 

Best of luck

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Duff71Riv:

 

To minimize additional comments, and the need to answer, and as a courtesy to others,

YOU can place your mouse pointer at the beginning of the header for your ad,

and then type in the word "SOLD" - 

This will let others on the FORUM know that your item is no longer available

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50 minutes ago, Marty Roth said:

Duff71Riv:

 

To minimize additional comments, and the need to answer, and as a courtesy to others,

YOU can place your mouse pointer at the beginning of the header for your ad,

and then type in the word "SOLD" - 

This will let others on the FORUM know that your item is no longer available

Thanks for the advice, didn't know you could do that

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