International Scout II Photo Gallery
The Scout II debuted in April of 1971 and incorporated vehicle improvements that engineers had determined necessary during manufacture of the original Scout.
Mark's '64 is still going strong and plowing through this Oklahoma mud with no hesitation.
Brian's Battle Bus is a stout Scout II. Powered by a 345 and protected by the Eco cage. Look for this ride on a trail near you!
Aside from the 4WD mods, as an independent audio installer Mike's really done a job on the sound system and interior. Check out the details...
Jeff says this is the best you'll ever see. You know what? I'm going to agree with him until someone shows me different. Here's a great ride from Richardson, Texas.
This Scout II isn't a stranger to sand dunes. The 35" tires and 7" of lift makes this ride a blast.
Caleb says his Scout is "nothing fancy" and lists body rust as one of the fabrications, but he's got a lot more going on than that; check it out!
He calls it his daily driver/beater, with a duct tape dash and dents for drag to slow the ride down from its top speed of 65MPH. But, don't let him fool you. This is the beginning of a classic restoration. Check his website to see all the hard work he's done.
Wally's done a lot to his vintage Scout II; the Kona-blue paint job looks great, and it takes him wherever he wants to go.
Arturo's Scout starts with the original 345 v8 engine,and builds up from there. "A real beauty, looks nice and rides better".
Rich took 20 months to completely restore this '78 - not an easy task finding parts in the Phillipines. With a little help from the internet and a lot of patience and hard work, the results were well worth it.