1972 International Scout II Convertible 4WD NO RESERVE!!!! Not Bronco Fj40

1972 International Harvester Scout

Condition: Used
Make: International Harvester
Model: Scout
Type: Convertible
Year: 1972
Mileage: 89205
VIN: A8388OG491693
Engine: 304 V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Duluth, Georgia, United States
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Description for International Harvester Scout 1972

This is a running and driving 1972 International Scout II 4wd convertible truck.The title and registration to this Scout is free and clear. This 1972 International Scout II convertible is not a $20,000-$35,000 convertible 4wd in it's present state. Itwill needto be restored if that's what you desire. Let me know if you need any other informationto help you make a good decision about bidding on this truck after you finish reading this listing. The family would like to get $5900 for this truck as it is a running and driving 4wd with a good strong engine, strong transmission, andgood working brakes. This 1972 International Scout II is for sale locally for $5900. I have suggested starting the bidding at a $1000 and to letthe auctionrun. You4WDaficionados know what you are looking at, you know what to do with this truck,and you know what you want to pay it. You are welcome to come inspect the truck for yourself or have someone that you trust to come and inspect it prior to bidding or purchasing.I have been given the authority to sell this 1972 International Scout II.Ihave been charged with finding this 1972 International Scout IIa new owner.If you would like to purchase this Scout for that price please let me know and I will set up the buy it now feature for you. If no one wants to pay the $5900 this 1972 Scout IIwill go to the highest bidder at the end of this auction.WHAT WILL THE MARKET PAY??? I will take care of you on this end. Please only bid if youhave askedany and all questions that you may need answered, are satisfied, andcan finish the transaction. I have been driving it around for the last week and here's what I have noticed. It runs and drives good for a 46 year old vehicle. It has plenty of power. The tires feel good. It runs greatat idle, but can sputter sometimes in drive in the mornings until it's warmed up. I am not afraid to drive it around, but I always recommend towing these old school vehicles home and checking everything out before you drive them for several hours. I don't know when the last thorough checkup was performed on this Scout. It's running and driving, but I wouldn't feel comfortable telling you that you could drive it 500 miles to get it home. Anything could happen with a radiator hose, alternator belt, etc. The frame is in great shape. The floors are in good shape. The original owner cut the hard top in half and turned it into a pickup top. It is removable if youremove the screws.You can leave it on, return it to original condition, get a roll bar and bikini top, or ride it as a convertible. The truck overall needs some TLC but could really be awesome if yougive ityour personal touches and restore it. You can drive it as you restore it or just enjoy it as itis. That's up to you. It's fun to drive and itdraws a lot smiles and waves as you are riding around. Thefuel pump and gas tank have been replaced. I have the dash but it needs a new plastic cover. I have a repair manual, extra arm rests, a piece of molding,and the rearview mirror. Please see photos. The upper rocker panels (underneath the doors), the back of thebed, and the back taillight capsall need rust repair. Please see the photos as I have made every attempt to show everything. If there is an area that you would like to see please let me know and I will email you photos of that area.Please make sure that you ask any and all questions that you have about this 1972 International Scout II Convertible 4wd prior to bidding. Please make sure that you have the funds and can complete the transaction prior to bidding. I will assist you or your transporter at pickup. I will accept Paypal, bank wire transfer, Wal-Mart money center, etc.Thanks and good luck bidding. The high bidder gets it.