First time poster here and love the forum, so hopefully I’ve got this in the right spot. I recently bought a 1979 Scout II and have been going thru everything to get it in good running order for this spring, but came across a few things that just stand out to me as unique on this truck. I bought the truck knowing it had a fiberglass tub and fenders on it, but as I started to dig into this thing it almost appears to have been done too well for it to have been an amateur aftermarket job. The other thing that’s odd is this truck had a fairly high number of options on it and the frame and everything is in amazing shape. Being from indiana that just doesn’t quite happen due to the fun rust belt were in. The PO told me the truck has been on that farm it’s entire life as a plow truck, but he got it when he bought the farm and didn’t have all of the backstory on it. All that to say, was there ever such a thing as a “factory” fiberglass option? I know this truck is a fairly late run 1979 and with the last one rolling off the line in 1980 I suppose IH could have been tried throwing something out there as a last ditch effort to rebound sales? Here’s a few images and the line ticket, if anyone has some thoughts or ideas I would appreciate it! I’m a big history guy and love these old scouts so the more I can learn the better.