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1976 IH Scout Traveler

Make: International Harvester
Model: Scout
SubModel: Traveler
Type: SUV
Year: 1976
Mileage: 53000
VIN: F0082FGD18120
Color: Beige
Engine: V8 345
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Beige
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Aspen, Colorado, United States

1976 International Harvester Scout Additional Info:

1976 International Scout II Traveler. 345 V8. Edlebrock 4 barrel carb. Dual exhaust. 727 torqueflite 3-speed transmission. This is the first year of the 118 wheelbase Scout with the fiberglass top and rear hatchback-type lift. The top comes completely off for open air driving. 53k indicated miles. I assume this has turned over once, but I don’t know the actual mileage. Clear Colorado title.

Engine pulls strong and has no issue keeping up with traffic. Transmission shifts smooth, no issues. Scout was in southern California before my purchase. Arizona before that.

This Traveler was redone about 10-12 years ago (from my estimation) A 4” spring lift was added, 33” tires (nearly new), interior stripped and painted with bed liner, new replacement carpet and seat upholstery mimics the original. The body was resprayed in the original "buckskin" (beige) and the top in white. I added a steering stabilizer bar up front. New Petronix ignition, coil, cap, and rotor. New brakes, brake booster, shocks, bright-light kit. I have the line setting ticket and all records from my ownership.

Rockers are sound. Some bubble around the rear wheel arches is starting and some rust-thru on drivers side behind the front wheel. Left side is still solid. These are classic places for rust on these Scouts due to the design. Patch panels are readily available at the point when it makes sense to redo the metalwork. A retrosound system keeps the vintage look while proving a modern radio and USB port for your iPhone.

Super fun vehicle. Get alot of thumbs-up driving it. This Scout won first place in its class and the 2018 Rocky Mountain I.H. Rendezvous. It was the only vehicle in its class. But, still a very prestigious award.

Can send additional pictures. I've owned it almost two years. Ended up with three vintage vehicles and need to trim the fleet. Or, so I'm told. 970.309.9753