1961 International Harvester Scout 80

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SCOUT

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1961 International Harvester Scout 80
1961 International Harvester Scout 80

£28,243

GBP

PRICE

13TH NOV 2021

AUCTION DATE

FOR THIS SALE

AUCTION HOUSE

BRING A TRAILER

FOR THIS SALE

$39,973 • € 32,839

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This 1961 International Harvester Scout 80 is finished in blue with a removable white hardtop over a black interior and is powered by a 152ci inline-four mated to a three-speed manual transmission and a twin-stick dual-range transfer case. It was originally delivered to Spokane, Washington and underwent a cosmetic and mechanical refurbishment prior to the seller’s acquisition earlier this year. Equipment includes a Warn overdrive unit, PerTronix ignition, white-finished 15” wagon wheels, and aft...

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