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Discussion in 'General IH Tech' started by BJRoss, Sep 25, 2019.
Why dont I see a lot of restorations with the Rally stripes? Is that personal preference?
I have seen quite a few done that way,most I have seen are the correct year restorations.Yours wouldn't have them being that old.You should edit your box under your name to atleast put your state in it.
Not sure why it says Farmall Cub. I didn’t put that amd I have no idea how to change it.
Did the 73 have an option to have any pin stripes?
The “farmall cub” designation just indicates your relatively new on the site with a lower number of posts.
When I first came to Binder Planet - I thought one of the guys with “Lives in an IH Dealership” actually lived in an old dealership. The IH Addict part of me thought that would be really cool.
when i had mine painted. i didnt do the stripes because of the cost.....
ScoutCo Products has the 76-77 78-79 and the 1980 style available. Or can do them in a making material if you prefer to paint them. Along with most any decal stock or custom you would want.
www.scoutcoproducts.com And some of the best people you will ever deal with!
Also, the term "Restoration" signifies putting the vehicle back to it's original configuration, whether that was a Scout with the Rallye Package, or one without. There are several versions of the Rallye stripes and the package included more than just the appliques.
My Scout isn't a Rallye but I liked the look. I haven't had anyone call me out on it yet but when they do I'll be impressed. My wheels and tires are about as un-Rallye as you get.
Will you post some pictures?
I saw a really nice, dark blue Rallye (top-less), just north of Richland MI, Tuesday afternoon, while over-seeding a hayfield. I was going to snap a picture and post it, but, just as quick as it came, it went!
These are the vinyl decals from Super Scout Specialist. I think they sell them in white, black and maybe grey. I've had them 5 years or so and I'm happy with the way they've held up. If you go to the gallery in my user profile there are more pictures.
Jamison does. He didn’t tell you?
Scoutco makes the decals for just about everyone selling IH products. All funnels back to mike moore and his wife Jennifer. Jennifer’s great. Mike’s just ok.
Man that looks great. If I commit to that then white wheels and no chrome strip molding.
I DO ! Grew up in 1
I’ve been here a long time and until this post I thought Jeff Campbell lived in an IH dealership. Doh
I'm pretty sure the Rallye originally had chrome strip molding and chrome wheels so that's definitely an option also. Like I mentioned earlier the white wheels are very much not Rallye but I like the look and they're super cheap. The white hardtop was the part I was the least sure about. I wasn't sure if IH ever did that or if it was more of a bronco thing. But I went with it because I liked the extra contrast.
Yes, appliques were available only with the Deluxe Exterior which included the aluminum trim strip. White (and other colors too) tops were a common choice on the order, but not standard.
Small correction. You could definitely get white wagon wheels from the factory on a Rallye. They were part of the goodyear tracker A/T package. You can see them in IH literature on later Scouts. (My Rallye had them listed on the LST). If I remember correctly they had a painted stripe on outer rim edge with a tiny IH logo embossed over the white paint
The actual packages varied a little by year, but there were a couple of Rallye packages, the plain Rallye ('76-80) and the Off-Road Rallye ('78-80). In looking at the package contents from the Data Books, the functional items for both included power steering and HD shocks. The Rallye had the familiar chrome slotted 15x7 Rallye wheels and H78 or Tiempo radial tires (depending on year). The Off-Road Rallye had 15x8 white spoked wheels and chrome lug nuts with 10-15LT white letter tires (Goodyear Tracker is common). And then, of course, the applique, which varied by year. I don't see anywhere that the Deluxe Exterior or Bright Finish Exterior is precluded with either Rallye package but neither is it included. In the absence of other proof, I will always go first with what's written down, in this case that the moulding/deluxe exterior was optional. That said, every Rallye I recall in person or in pictures had a Deluxe Exterior and the side moulding but now I guess we need to start looking for Rallyes without the side moulding. If I had to guess, it 's going to be one of those "possible but uncommon" scenarios. Who would pony up for the $600+ dollar Rallye package and NOT spring for the $50 Deluxe Exterior?