Featured International Trucks For Sale
The Ford Bronco is always credited as the first four-wheel-drive SUV. But in reality, it was the International Harvester Scout that actually was the first which was introduced in 1960 to compete with the Jeep. The Scout 80 (1960–1965) was followed by Scout 800 (1966-1971) and 810 (1971). Today the International Scout is in high demand for project car restoration enthusiasts and collectors.
The second generation Scout II (1971–1980) was introduced in 1971 and was most popular as a great off road vehicle and came with a removable soft or hard top. Compact and nimble, the International Scout is a full foot shorter than a Chevy Blazer and has a two-foot tighter turning radius than a CJ-7 Jeep from this era. Scout II Terra (1976–1980) is the light pickup truck version and the Scout II Traveler (1976–1980) had a removable fiberglass hardtop, and optional third row of seats. We love the international Harvester Scout because it’s a true gem alongside the big names, that’s why we are always on the lookout for them.