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.
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