How much is a international scout worth?
An International Harvester Scout II is still expensive in today’s time. Classic.com rates its commercial market value at $29,611, but bids for it say otherwise. Most bids for a Scout II model range from between $20,000 to $80,000, depending on the model and its condition.
What motors were in a international scout?
|International Scout 800|
|Engine||152 cu in (2.5 L) Comanche I4 196 cu in (3.2 L) I4 232 cu in (3.8 L) I6 266 cu in (4.4 L) V8|
|Predecessor||International Scout 80|
|Successor||International Scout 800A|
What diesel engine did the International Scout have?
The first diesel we know was actually installed and tested in the Scout was the Chrysler-Nissan CN6-33 (SD-33 designation from Nissan) in 1973. It was a compact, four-main, IDI inline six displacing 198ci. It’s four-cylinder ancestors had debuted in 1964 and a six-cylinder variant had appeared by ’68.
What year is my Scout 80?
Your Scout was sold as a Scout 80, not a 1964 Scout 80 or 1965 Scout 80. We can approximate the date of production, which in your case is late 1964 or early 1965. The title may say 1964 or 1965 depending on when the Scout was sold and titled.
How much horsepower does a International 345 have?
|Engine manufacturer:||International V 345|
|Horsepower net:||107.5 kW / 146 PS / 144 hp (SAE net)|
|Torque net:||386 Nm / 285 ft-lb|
Who made the International 345 engine?
These trucks are among the most reliable ever built by International Harvester, especially those fitted with the brand’s 345-cubic-inch (5.7-liter) V8 engine. Part of the company’s V304/345/392 series of gasoline mills, the 345 was originally optional on the 1600 and 1700 and standard on the 1800.