Flame or Feather Appliqué on '76-77 Scouts

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  1. BinderBookie

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    NEVERMIND! I'll leave the picture up, since I can't delete it, but for those of you that saw the original post, John figured out the anomaly... which isn't an anomaly at all, just a difference in the description.



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    Here's my brother's '77 "feather" Scout. All original including the paint. Low miles, 345, 4-speed with air.
     

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    You know, if you'd asked me what I thought about that color combination before I saw it, I might have said... "weeeeeeeeell." Now that I see it, I like it!
     
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    Always loved the "feather decal" My Dad had a 76 demo unit Traveler that was pewter metallic and white top with the feather pkg. But since it was a diesel auto and 3.07 ratio he only drove it a few weeks. And made IH take all of the first diesel Scout back. Then he had a white 77 he let me pick out to order that was white with the feather, off road pkg with chrome wheels 345 and 4 speed!
     

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