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Discussion in 'General IH Tech' started by rlireland, Feb 25, 2008.
In the glovebox (most often) on the back surface. You can also order it from WHS, as you know.
Yup, this scout has been sitting since 87, original seats, spare tire, etc, I'm betting that the LST is still there.
Here is a where you will most often find it...this is a '61. Obviously, most of this one is gone. Think they used enough glue?
Not sure about the earliest 80s, but later model years were inside the glove box. However, the vast majority of Scout 80s are missing those LSTs. If so, either go through a Light Line Dealer or directly through the Wisconsin Historical Society.
Edit: oops, I didn't notice that this was already responded too!
Your "oopsies" are always welcome!
Sadly the LST is awol, you can see where the glue was and your are right, it wasn't just going to fall off...
1967 #233839 Bahama Blue
Nice looking Scout! Most interesting thing about it from the LST is the "skid plate detached" option. Don't run across that one often. And, that it was sold out of the dinky town of Hot Sulfur Springs, Colorado. For some reason, my 800 database has a cluster of 800s built in this period, a couple on the same day as this.
This one was built in the last week or so of Scout 80 production.
In another post, I was asked to share my serial number in this one. Here y'all go.
I show this s/n in the Champagne Series range of production. Any chance the LST shows it as a Doll Up?
Yeah it is. No LST on it that I saw and not enough detail in the pics to see any witness marks that could tell the tale visually.
I checked your list and I don't think my Scout's VIN was on it.
I have a 1962 International Scout 80
I'm in the process of ordering a Line Ticket from Wisconsin... I've owned this Scout for about 18 years now. Anything you could tell me about the vehicle would be greatly appreciated!
Can tell you a lot more once we see the LST. I can confirm by the serial number alone is that it's a 62, and that it was built in March.
Thank you! Once I receive the ticket, I’ll figure out a way to share it here (I’m not very computer savvy). I appreciate your time and your response!
It's very easy to post the PDF you will get using the "upload a file" button below.
Would someone kindly help me decipher this? I just received it yesterday from the Wisconsin Historical Society. Does it tell you the original paint color? It looks like it was sold out of Utah? I’ve owned it for 18 years and I live in Minnesota (I purchased it here, too). Thank you for any and all help!
The paint code is near the bottom where it says "PAINT CHART." The code is 6282BL, which was given the catchy name "Blue Metallic." It was offered in '61 and '62 and yours is a '62. It has a rear Powr-Lok limited slip (item 14014) and dual fuel tanks. Creature comforts included a heater, lighter and floor mats. Another interesting item is that it was shipped in one of the Scout Trains (the 8th in this case) to SLC. IH made a big hoopla in the early days over the Scout Trains out west. They loaded bunches of Scouts onto rail cars and transported them to one of a few locations out west were they were further distributed. Nothing else jumps out on this but if you have specific questions, ask away.
That is outstanding information! Thank you very much!!!