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International Harvester Scout

: 2-Door SUV, pickup Truck

Parent Company

: International Harvester, American Motors & Corporation

Year

: 1961-1960

Variants

: Scout 80, 800 A and B

Scout, one of the first American civilian off-road sports utility vehicles was introduced by The International Harvester, American motors & Corporation in 1960. The main features of the Scout include a convertable hard top or soft top, solid doors, and a spacious pickup-like bed, including bucket seats, better instrumentation and heating systems, optional rear seats etc. These features made Scouts possible to be driven comfortably in cold or wet weather and also gave and elegant look than the function-over-form Jeeps. Launched in two variants named Scout 80, 800 A and B , all Scouts were available in two door models either in full (SUV style) or half ( pick-up style) cab configurations. It was manufactured from 1961 to 1980 near New Haven and Fort Wayne, Indiana. The "Champagne Series" Scout was a high-option Scout offered in the Scout 80 and later Scout 800 models.