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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
Scout 800B

1970 - 1971
United States

πŸ—ƒ Off-Road 4+ seats πŸ’Ί

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History of the INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Scout 800B

The last of the 800 series was the 800B, available for less than eight months, from August 1970 until March 1971, before it was replaced with the Scout II. Other than minor cosmetic details (primarily chrome headlight bezels instead of matte black), it was identical to the 800A. It was only produced until the Scout II was in production. The 800B was available with the Comanche package. This package included special paint and decals, chrome trim, sliding travel-top windows, and other "high dollar" options such as roof racks, chrome wheels, and upgraded interiors. Line tickets of the special-package Scouts (and some nonpackage units) were stamped. After the factory assembles the vehicle and the vehicle is shipped and sold, the line ticket identifies such things as the engine type, transmission type, drive line, paint codes, gear ratio, and standard and optional equipment, specific to that vehicle. This provides very valuable information when ordering parts later at a dealership. A variety of parts was used for these vehicles, so the expression "no two are quite the same" is not that fanciful. Late in 1970, the Sno-Star package appeared (only with the six-cylinder engine), developed especially for snow-plow usage.

Upgrades & Evolutions during the INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Scout 800B production

What are the INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Scout 800B paint codes?

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Renovation tutorials for the INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Scout 800B

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What is the average quotation of the INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Scout 800B year by year?

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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Scout 800B quotations from DEC 2020 to NOV 2021

πŸ“‰ Cheapest quotation : US$239,000
Average quotation : US$264,000
πŸ“ˆ Most expensive quotation : US$289,000

The INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Scout 800B has been produced in several configurations

πŸ”Ή 1970 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER - Scout 800BπŸ”Ή 1971 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER - Scout 800B
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