International has been building work vehicles since the turn of the century. And although they are not building consumer style vehicles any more the legend lives on and the 4-wheel drives are considered to be some of the most collectable of all early off-road SUV's. The Scout II's were built from 1971 through 1980 and were only offered with a few different engine variants and special editions. They still competed with the Jeep but now in competition were the full size Blazers by GM and the Bronco by Ford. This particular Scout II that is finished in Yellow over black is believed to be a real 36K mile truck as it was pulled out of a 30 year storage last year. It had some typical rust that was fixed but everything was there and in good shape including the hard top which is one of the nicest originals I have seen, it is fitted with some noise deadening insulation that makes for a much more enjoyable ride. The original engine and transmission all operate perfectly. It starts and goes down the road as it should. The paint has a driver quality finish with the interior showing very nicely.