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1977 International Harvester Scout Traveler

$36,900  |  Motorcar Studio  |  Savannah, GA


For sale by the team at Motorcar Studio out of beautiful Savannah, Georgia is this sturdy, stunning 1977 International Harvester Scout Traveler. This rig is powered by a 345 cubic inch V8 mated to a TorqueFlite 727 automatic transmission, and features a ton of upgrades, including:

  • Matte pewter paint with matte black rallye stripes
  • Black soft top
  • Front and rear XO lockers
  • 6000 lb. Winch
  • Bumpers that double as air tanks
  • LED exterior lighting
  • Updated gauges with tach
  • Modern Alpine stereo with a 9 in. touch screen display
  • 33 in. BFGoodrich tires
  • Hi-jack lift

And that's just the start—More detail can be found below. If this true classic embodiment of rugged Americana is right up your alley, be sure to inquire or make an offer today!




International Harvester


Scout II




345 ci. V8




4-Wheel Drive

Body Style



2,354 (TMU)




Savannah, GA

Title Status



About the IH Scout Traveler

The 1977 International Harvester Scout Traveler is an iconic vehicle celebrated for its rugged design, versatility, and off-road capabilities. An extended version of the popular Scout II, the Scout Traveler was introduced in the mid-1970s to offer more space and practicality while maintaining the durable and reliable attributes that made the Scout line a favorite among off-road enthusiasts. Featuring a longer 118-inch wheelbase, the Scout Traveler provided additional cargo space and improved stability on rough terrain.

IH entered the consumer 4x4 market in the early 1960s with the Scout 80, aiming to compete with the Jeep CJ. The Scout's success led to the development of the Scout 800 and later the Scout II in 1971, which offered a more refined design and enhanced performance. The Scout Traveler, officially introduced in 1976, catered to customers needing more space without sacrificing the Scout’s legendary off-road capabilities.

The Traveler was built with a sturdy body-on-frame design, heavy-duty axles, and a range of engine options, including inline-four, inline-six, and V8 engines. The availability of four-wheel drive further enhanced its off-road prowess, making it popular for outdoor enthusiasts and those needing a dependable workhorse. The interior offered ample space for passengers and cargo, with practical features and optional amenities like air conditioning and power steering, allowing buyers to customize their vehicles.

The Traveler remains a beloved classic in the world of off-road vehicles. Its combination of durability, versatility, and timeless design has ensured its place in automotive history. Enthusiasts and collectors continue to appreciate the Scout Traveler for its unique blend of rugged capability and everyday practicality, making it a true legend among classic 4x4s.

What's the Market for IH Scouts Look Like?

Today's rolling average sales price for the International Harvester Scout is $38,947, per sales data compiled by CLASSIC.COM. This is just below the asking price for this Scout Traveler, which is objectively well above average. A quick scan of the comps over the last year shows over 100 sold, including examples as high as $125,000.

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Features & Specifications

This is a well-optioned example with a V8, automatic transmission, four-wheel drive, power steering and power brakes (front disk). This truck has a great look and several upgrades for both on- and off-road capabilities including front and rear lockers, a winch, bumpers that double as air tanks, LED exterior lighting, updated gauges with tach, and a modern stereo with a 9-inch touch screen display.

Paint and body present to a good driver standard, finished in matte pewter with matte black rallye stripes and a black soft top. The underside is a little muddy from off-road use, but there is no known rust -- body, frame, floor pans, rockers and cab supports are all solid. 15-inch steel wheels are wearing BF Goodrich 33x12.50 all terrain tires. Custom front and rear bumpers, in addition to being quite sturdy, double as air reservoirs and have standard air hose fittings to store compressed air for trail use (you can air up your tires without having to lug a compressor along with you). A Warn 6,000 lb winch stowed in the cargo area may be attached to either the front or rear bumper (a heavy duty quick disconnect power cable is present at both ends). And a hi-lift jack is lashed to the back.

Interior floors have been rhino lined for all-weather durability; front and rear bench seats, dash and door panels are covered in durable all-weather vinyl. Dash has been nicely updated with a complete set of modern and accurate gauges that display fuel level, oil pressure, water temp and voltage (plus a tachometer and speedometer). Alpine Halo audio/video receiver with a 9-inch touch-screen display offers bluetooth connectivity and a backup camera.

Under the hood is a 345 cubic inch V8 mated to a TorqueFlite 727 automatic transmission; with four-wheel drive and OX Lockers for both the front and rear axles, this Scout is unstoppable off road. It's also one of the better driving Scouts we've had come through our shop thanks to recent springs, shocks and tie rod ends. Lots of recent service including a new engine wiring harness, new Holley 2300 carburetor with electric choke and a full transmission rebuild. It starts easily and runs great.

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