1977 International Harvester Scout Traveler For Sale

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1977 International Harvester Scout Traveler For Sale

4WD for Sale, 1977 International Harvester Scout Traveler

Here 4x4 long wheelbase Scout variant commonly known as the Scout Traveler built by International Harvester. It a very cool International Harvester Scout Traveler custom built, based on 1997 Dodge 3/4 ton truck come with Cummins diesel engine all look great looking for a new home. Interested please read details below.

Year of construction 1977
Brand International Harvester
Model Scout Traveler
Type 4x4 SUV Truck
Fuel Diesel
Color Red
Miles
License Yes
Price $ 9250
For Sale By Owner
Contact Here
City Boca Raton

Owner says
1977 International Scout Harvester Scout Traveler with a 12T Cummins engine

This Scout is so much fun to drive and draws attention wherever it goes.

The Drivetrain is out of a 1997 Dodge ¾ ton truck. It has a 12 valve Cummins 5.9 liter turbo diesel engine that starts right up and runs strong. I am not sure of the mileage as the gauge cluster in the truck it came out of did not work. It runs way stronger than any of the other Cummins 12 valves that I have driven, so I imagine that it has been rebuilt at some point, but I cannot prove that. It is mated to a NV4500 5 speed manual transmission. It shifts into 4 wheel drive flawlessly. The suspension is stock Dodge 3/4 ton springs with Bilstein shocks all the way around. It has a Dana 60 front axle and a Dana 80 rear axle. The tires are Falken Wildpeak A/T 315 70-17's which equate to 35" and are on Hummer H2 aluminum wheels. Tires are in excellent condition with a lot of tread left on them. The Scout is very easy to drive and averages 22mpg mixed and gets 25mpg on the highway. It also cruises down the highway at 70mph or more with ease and drives smooth, just like it should. No shakes, rattles, pulling, etc.

The major part of the renovation was completed at the end of 2012. To facilitate the ease of making the Dodge drivetrain work with the Scout, the Scout Traveler body was put on to the Dodge frame. All of the work was done at a professional shop in the Orlando area at a cost of over $30,000. At the time of the renovation, there were some rust issues that I had addressed. In order to make sure those issues did not come back, the hood, windshield frame, and both doors were replaced with fiberglass components by Kentrol. To this day, they all look great, however, the doors should be adjusted, as they have always sagged a little. The body is accented with a padded rollbar with 3-point seatbelts installed on both front seats. It also has D&C Extreme 3/8" steel nerf bars that have been welded to the frame.

The interior door panels have been professionally painted gloss black and match the dash pad. At the time of the major renovation, the original gauge cluster was removed and has been replaced with a brushed aluminum dash with a full compliment of Autometer analog gauges. These gauges are in place, but have not yet been hooked up to the engine. There is a gauge cluster out of a Dodge that has been wired in and sits on the console just under the A/C vents. The stock wiring harness has been removed and replaced with a Painless Wiring Harness. The headlights have been upgraded to a HID H4 system and light up the road and everything else in front of you. The A/C blows super cold and will keep you cool in even the hottest weather. At this time, there is no radio, but there is a place for one in the Tuffy locking center console. Also, to make wiring the radio easier, wiring has been put in place under the spray in bed liner. The seats are grey cloth and are out of a Ford, I think. They are in ok condition, but if I were going to keep my Scout for any length of time, I would get around to replacing them with black vinyl or leather seats to match the rest of the interior. The seats are mounted on custom seat bases that have storage compartments in them.

There are two tops: 1) a custom terra top was made to keep the rain out during our rainy season; 2) a bimini top that has some wear but still works for those days you want even more airflow.

I have a bunch of spare parts that I will include with the sale as well. They include replacement large door windows, two spare grills, a few side marker lights, and a number of other miscellaneous parts.

Within the past two months, it has had the charging system replaced with two new batteries and a new alternator.

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