To Top

1966 IH Scout 800 Sportop San Ramon, CA $16,000

• CATEGORIES: Other 4x4s • TAGS: , .

This nice looking Scout may have an original tire cover touting the Sportop. I didn’t know some of these had a fold down windshield.

https://portland.craigslist.org/wsc/wan/d/1966-international-scout-800/6705839238.html

1966-scout-sanramon-ca1 1966-scout-sanramon-ca2 1966-scout-sanramon-ca3 1966-scout-sanramon-ca4

“1966 International Scout 800 “Sportop”. This hard to find Scout Sportop is up for sale. It’s has a rebuilt 196, 4 cyl eng, 4 speed manual, 4 wheel drive, transmission, all parts has been either rebuilt or replaced with new parts. White hardtop in excellent condition. The rare Sportop hardtop comes off and also has a rare front fold down windshield.
A lot of work has been done and comes with many new parts. Comes with new, disk brakes, lift kit, bumpers, interior seats, wheels, steering wheel, all window seals, starter, fuel pump, rebuild carb, clutch, alternator, etc, too many to list. The interior floorings, rear bumpers and window trimmings has been layered with black liner. Tinted windows.
This a rare hard to find Scout 800 Sportop that’s in a very good running condition, the body is in great shape, the paint is fairly new and shows great, not a show car but in a very good driver condition.
If you want a nice head turning town cruiser, this is it. Shows great to any small car show or to take down to a the burger joint. Lots of work done and new parts to this classic Scout. An American iconic truck and the value just keeps going up.
Any questions, call me. It’s ready for new owner. I’m not desperate to sell, I don’t need 3rd party to sell, no consignments, no low ballers, and No joy rides or tire kickers. Serious buyers only. Firm on price. The vehicle is located in San Ramon , CA.
Enquire now before it goes on Ebay.”

 

 

4 Comments on “1966 IH Scout 800 Sportop San Ramon, CA $16,000

  1. Dave from Mn

    I believe that all 1961-66 scouts had fold down windshields. I have a true convertible sporttop scout rotting away in the weeds. To many ideas not enough time.

  2. Craig in ME

    As a kid, I remember my dad’s ’63 Scout 80 had a fold down windshield…top mounted vaccum wipers too. He traded it in for a ’72 Jeepster Commando back in ’74. I must admit, I preffered the Scout. Nothing but problems with that Commando… by then it was AMC building them.

  3. Bob in nc

    A friend got a scout shortly after I got my willys 1959 cj3b in high school in 75. I didnt care for it much and my Willy’s was simply a cooler ride.
    But, couple years later he picked up an FJ-40 and that was a nice jeep. You could put it on the highway.

  4. SCOUT HATER

    WE HAD AN EARLY 60’S SCOUT IN THE LATE 60’S — IT DID HAVE A FOLD-DOWN WINDSHIELD — I REMEMBER CUZ A COP CAUGHT US DRIVING THROUGH TOWN WITH IT DOWN !! — WE TOLD THE FLAT-FOOT WE WOULD PUT IT BACK UP — HE WROTE OUT THE TICKET — HAHAHA — HAD THE FULL WAGON METAL TOP — SLANT 4 — JEEP TYPE DRIVE TRAIN , T-90 , MOD 18 , SPICER LIGHT DUTY AXLES — ONE GOOD THING IS YOU COULD PUT AN OVERDRIVE ON IT — AND A LOT HAD POWR-LOK REAR AXLES — CLIMBED LIKE A GOAT !! — BUT , WE ROLLED IT OFF A JEEP ROAD CLIFF , DRINKING WINE AND SMOKING WHO KNOWS WHAT — WE FILLED THE FLUIDS , PATCHED IT UP — -AND DROVE IT BACK UP THE CLIFF !!! — HAD TO MAKE A ROAD THROUGH THE MANZANITA BUSHES — A FRIEND HAD ONE IN THE EARLY 70’S — I REMEMBER DRIVING THAT ONE ON A FOREST SERVICE ROAD IN THE SIERRA NEVADAS — TOO FAST , OVERLOADED — REAR AXLE SNAPPED — WHEEL FLEW OFF — HAD TO HAVE IT TOWED TO A GARAGE … LOTS OF $$$$

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Subscribe without commenting