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1977 Scout II Project

2021 Arizona International Harvester Rendezvous

sullyscout77

Binder Driver
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Definitely agree with the others! Absolutely first rate Mike. :yes:
If my numbers come up tonight on the Texas Lotto, I'll sign you up to restore Wilbur. :beer:
 

darman98

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That is definately the most beautiful customization of a Scout that I have seen. As said previously, if only it were orange. I can't wait to see what comes next Tuesday! I don't know how you can due anything better than this '77, but look forward to watching the next one's progress.
 

Mike Moore

Dreams of Cub Cadets
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Thanks, guys! Tuesday's is going to be a quick flip Scout. We do have another frame-off restomod coming in August, though.;)
 

jeff campbell

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NOW the big ? what are you asking for it ? or is it for some one else? whats it worth now
? just curious,thx-jeff ( nicely done ):punk::yes:
 

Mike Moore

Dreams of Cub Cadets
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It was all along, and still is, owned by a customer. It isn't for sale...besides, I imagine his son would object to it's sale, anyhow!
I don't know what it would be worth, if it were to be sold.
 

Bruce Shealy

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I guess other than the staff at Scoutco, I probably saw this truck in more stages of restoration than anyone. The finished product is nothing short of spectacular. I have had Scouts apart and done a good bit of work on them myself and know whats involved in putting one back together. But I have done nothing even close to the quality craftsmanship that's in this Scout. Exemplary work by exemplary people.
 

Mike Moore

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This scout is going to be at Carlisle after all! The owner is unable to attend, but is letting us bring it up to show off!:punk:
 

Mike Moore

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Here are a few post-cleanup pictures before we head to Carlisle with the Scout:

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As it sits, this one is ready to roll out Saturday morning. My orange Scout is buffed, waxed, the interior is cleaned up, tires are shined, etc. Gotta check it over and pretrip it, and we're ready to head nawth.:rockon:
 
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