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44 articles include reports on road, off-road and comparison tests. The International Harvester Company of Chicago introduced a new type of vehicle in 1961 - A light, cross-country machine with optional four-wheel drive called the Scout. It quickly caught on to make it International?s biggest-selling line. It did not change much over the next decade but there were a wide variety of models ranging from the Traveller to rugged pick-ups and the more sporty Scout II which was introduced in 1977. This is a book of contemporary road and comparison tests, specification and technical data, new model introductions, drive reports. Models covered include: Travelall, 880, Sportop, 800A, Aristocrat, SR-2, Scout II, Traveltop, Cab Top, Traveler, Terra, Diesel, Suntanner, Rallye, Family Cruiser, SSII.
Condition: This is a NEW BOOK
Publisher: Brooklands Books Ltd
Illustrations: 300+ illus