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Old 06-23-2015, 02:11 PM   #15
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" First,, you don't drive a International,, you heard them.."

Yeah. I realize that this is not an ideal situation. If it were up to me, I would have the IH just to drive around and have a 28' Airstream moho to go camping in. But how cool would it be to pull up to a KOA in Marathon key (Key West) with a IH Scout with an Airstream in tow? Throw off the top and drive to your favorite snorkeling hole? It would be a sweating white knuckle ride I am sure, but hey? I figure I got a 1 in 3 chance of making it!
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Old 06-23-2015, 11:58 PM   #16
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The International 345 engine had 158 hp and 288 ft lbs torque. That's not much by today's standards.
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And the diesel was 80 hp. The 1980 turbo diesel was a whopping 107hp. However the gearing is low enough that you could pull anything (at the speed of a farm tractor).
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Old 06-24-2015, 06:58 AM   #18
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Why use a Scout??

Why use a International Scout, when you can use a International Travelall

Granted, the old 304, AT ain't much going up hills. But, the great thing about it is people don't yell at you because you look so cool

Don't ask me how I know either!!

Enjoy,
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It can be done!

Using a Scout is not all that bad of an idea according to history.
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Travelall is a beast! Cool truck though. I am getting really close to buying one as soon as I find the rigbt one close enough to me. I think I have given up on the diesel one though.
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