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Old 01-09-2006, 06:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does Scout innerchange with Scout II?

I was wondering if anything on a Scout II would fit on a 67 Scout? without modification? Thanks

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I was wondering if anything on a Scout II would fit on a 67 Scout? without modification? Thanks
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Depending on the engine, exauhst manifold, valve cover, thermostat housing, tail light bulbs, about 6 feet of wiring.
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My '77 hub caps seemed to fit the '65 without any problems.
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Gas, wiper fluid, maybe some paint?
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I heard you can make the cigarette lighter from a scout II fit in a 800 with a little trimming
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I'm sure the glovebox mice(little pissing bastards), creepy spiders, and hornets from my 67 would swap into my 76SII (you can have them-I'll even pay shipping). The gas cap on my 76 would swap onto the 67, as would the coil and valve stems/cores/caps!

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