Here's mine last summer:
And last weekend:
And last weekend:
David Bauer up in Custer, WA bought it...He has just recently moved to Colorado for the same reasons I sold it...(relationship).Diesel Smoke said:Who ever ended up with it? I have noticed some used on the BB with HoS listed in his sig, could that be the current owner??
Why not buy it back?Harvester of Sorrow said:David Bauer up in Custer, WA bought it...He has just recently moved to Colorado for the same reasons I sold it...(relationship).
It is for sale on the BinderBulletin.org website now and is located with him in Colorado.
I AM SHOPPING FOR AN IH....
I am looking for a fresh start...that truck was/is ultra reliable, BUT I am looking for something different.Sully said:Why not buy it back?
Dont know where you are but a buddy of mine has a 74 SII for sale w/ 345 4b edlebrock that runs strong... He has worked as a mechanic for AAA for 15 yrs $1500.Harvester of Sorrow said:I am looking for a fresh start...that truck was/is ultra reliable, BUT I am looking for something different.
Plus he is in CO now. Don't get me wrong...it is tempting...but...something new for new beginnings.
:flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2: I know what you mean Hooper. I really miss those days I could just jump in and drive mine to the store! I am in the process however, of building another '76 right-hand-drive Super Scout II very similar to yours. Spring-over, 4" lift springs and 35's. Going to build it as a Superlift "promo" vehicle. I'll keep ya posted. Oh yeah, how about some updated pics to my page? I can send ya some. I hope I get some votes for "Top Truck" as well--#38 entry in the April issue!Hooper said:I am having a heck of a time keeping up with the Joneses... but I sure enjoyed driving it to work today
Eric, we gotta hook up and wheel sometime. i need to take a trip about 5 blocks away from me to a guy that just mooved to my town thats got a lifted scout. hopefully he wheels and isnt a mall crawler :smokin:19scout77 said:Here's an updated after pic with new suspension and front d60. The after "after" picture.