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Thread: 2019 SEMA White Mothers International Harvester Scout

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    2019 SEMA White Mothers International Harvester Scout

    Honestly, what isn't there to like about an old International Harvester Scout? Sure, it's not a Jeep but man, they sure do have a LOT of cool to them. Over at the Mother's display, this gorgeous Scout was just begging me to give it a look.




















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    Absolutely beautiful

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    Wow that is a good looking scout. Wheels are a little big but otherwise very nice.


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    love this one, so damn nice


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    Iím Loving everything but the wheels. Iíve always as a soft spot for Scouts!


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    Love the Scouts but not feeling the wheels/tires on it.


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    Itís a little too much for me. Iím a fan of these more in the stock form.


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    Looks good from the rear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Itís a little too much for me. Iím a fan of these more in the stock form.


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    Love an old Scout, but this one's too high and the wheels/tires are just plain wrong.



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