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International Scout

Comanche 800B
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If you are in the market for a rock solid International Scout, then look no further!

  • Year: 1971
  • Make: International
  • Model: Scout
  • Submodel: Comanche 800B
  • Mileage: 44,457
  • Color: White
  • Interior: Black

This 1971 Scout 800B Comanche was built on 2/11/1971 and delivered to Portland. The Scout was purchased by an Air Force pilot stationed in Utah where it spent over 35 years in the arid climate. Next, the truck was purchased by a collector and stored in climate control up on blocks for 10 years. The last owner spent over $50,000 on service after he purchased the truck in the mid-2000s and all receipts are included with the sale. 


The truck had 1 repaint over 20 years ago, and the body is one of the most solid we have seen in recent years. The Comanche has solid rockers, wheel arches, beautiful door bottoms, and is free from excessive body filler. 

Although International Harvested was supposed to produce 1,500 Comanches,  actual production numbers are believed to be just over 1,300. With the use of these trucks saw and the rust that ensued, there are very few Comanches on the road today.  


Line ticket info:


  • 800B Comanche
  • 304 engine
  • Dana 30 and Dana 27
  • Warn locking hubs
  • Dual hydraulic brakes
  • Auto choke
  • 3.73 ratio
  • Spicer yoke
  • Dual fuel tanks
  • Travel top
  • Full width rear seat
  • 5 lug wheels
  • Comanche prototype #5


Over $50,000 in maintenance receipts:


  • Rebuilt engine
  • Rebuilt transmission 
  • New hard fuel lines
  • New wiper motor
  • Body bushings
  • New master cylinder
  • New brake shoes and drums
  • New headliner kit
  • New exhaust system
  • New shocks
  • New springs
  • Restored gas tanks
  • New engine hoses
  • Rebuilt steering box
  • Rebuilt steering column
  • Electric radiator fans
  • New u joints