Trucks come in many shapes and sizes. There’s one out there for everyone—even if you don’t consider yourself to be a truck person. From big diesel guzzlers to tiny Ford Rangers and beyond.
This 1974 International Scout II certainly fits into the “beyond” category. It’s a compact little truck that’s a blast to drive. Better yet, it can get you just about anywhere. With a timeless sense of style, it reminds you that sports cars aren’t the only vehicles you can fall in love with.
Don’t let this truck’s small stature fool you. It can compete with the best of them. This specific ’74 International Scout II boasts an International Harvester’s 345 cubic inch V8 engine with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor. It also has an automatic transmission. For those off-road adventures, it also features four-wheel drive and power brakes.
Its four-inch lift kit plus 17-inch Mickey Thompson Deegan wheels give it the perfect stance to match its body. Up front, LED headlights have brought this classic truck into the present and give you excellent visibility whether you’re on the road or off it.
The ’74 International Scout II also features custom GRC front and rear bumpers along with a black Rallye stripe and fender flares. This is a hardtop model so the bed is also covered.
Although the core of this truck is more than 45 years old, the interior has been upgraded to flow with the times.
Drivers can enjoy an AM/FM/CD stereo that also has Bluetooth capabilities and USB and AUX inputs. The interior floor has been rhino-lined to ensure that this truck is weatherproof in all four seasons.
Meanwhile, it boasts an all-black interior that’s complemented by front and rear Corbeau racing seats.
For anyone that enjoys compact trucks, this is a ride you don’t want to overlook. Learn more