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Sold The Scout was introduced by the International Harvester Company as their entree into the multi-purpose sport-utility vehicle marketplace. Design Engineer Ted Ornas designed the Scout to serve many uses on the farm and in light-industrial application with it's small, maneuverable, functional design. This 1965 example features it's original 152 cubic inch displacement "slant-four-cylinder" engine mated to the original three-speed manual transmission with a two-speed transfer case. Both differentials have been refurbished featuring rebuilt Warn lock-out front hubs. New whitewall tires and vinyl upholstery complete the nostalgic, yet user-friendliness of this cute Scout.