1977 International Scout SS II

1977 International Scout SS II
The International Scout is often thought as an opponent to the Jeep CJ, but the Scout II was large, dense and could be encase with a large motor, the elective 345-cubic-inch V-8. Although the Scout’s roof could be removed, International didn’t have a Scout that was doorless and completely open like a Jeep.


1977 International Scout SS II

So to contest with the Jeep CJ, global created the superior Scout II. The SS II was an open-top model of the Scout II with solid door switches regenerating the full-frame metal doors, a roll bar and an exclusive opening. Whitco given a softtop and doors for inclement weather. All the SS II’s trim was discolor out and many had luminous sheet designs enlisted to the regions of the truck to increase more ’70s quality.

One even made a conspicuous appearance in the 1978 Burt Reynolds and Hal Needham film Hooper. altered models of SS II Scout were sprinted in the Baja 1000 with much success. International vended about 4000 Scout SS IIs during production.