Normally, under no circumstance, is a rattle can paint job appropriate; we think that this 1961 International Harvester Scout is an appopriate exception.
Maybe it's the tan, maybe it's the desert backgrounds, or maybe it's our love of these little IH Scouts, but we're all about this one. Continuing with the superficial, there are not many shots of it but the removable truck cab is a nice addition. It gives a CJ-8 / scrambler feel on a slightly smaller scale.
There are some nice off-road editions here: PTO winch, dual chamber master, lift springs, and body bushings. Locking hubs up front and a Dana 44 in the back with a Detroit locker driving gnarly, skinny tires should get you into and out of anything you want.
For the bad, the IH 152 is said to have a slight knock and the Borg Warner T-90 slips out of 2nd. Additionally, some rust in the wheel wells looks like it was hastily sprayed over instead of being addressed properly. We can't point fingers in this department, but it would have been nice for it to be addressed before the spray cans came out.
An entire engine with a bent rod, transmission, and transfercase are included (if your shipper will allow it).
If the knock isn't a sign of a deeper issue, and you feel like rebuilding a 3-speed T-90, this 1961 International Harvester Scout in Mesa, Arizona could be the one.
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