International Scout Identification?

Answer Sport utility vehicles (SUVs) boasting four-wheel drive and other amenities have become commonplace on American highways and byways. But what vehicles influenced these relative newcomers? One of th... Read More »

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How to Identify an International Scout V8?

Introduced in 1960 to compete with the Jeep CJ-series, the International Harvester Scout was one of the America's first off-road sport utility vehicles, produced until 1980. The Scout was offered w... Read More »

International Scout Colors?

Starting in 1961, the International Scout Harvester was produced in Fort Wayne, Ind., as a competitor to the Jeep. Among the production models of the Scout were vehicles featuring soft or hard tops... Read More »

International Scout II Specs?

The International Scout II was an early version of the sports utility vehicle. The Scout is reminiscent of the Jeep, with a two-door model and a fold-down windshield available. The original plan fo... Read More »

How to Remove an International Scout Gas Tank?

The International Scout is a rugged vehicle made in the early 1970s for off-road activities. The truck is designed with a rear fuel tank. The fuel pump is installed near the engine, so the only thi... Read More »