International Scout/Scout II
America’s fascination with war vehicles has fostered some interesting results in the consumer realm. The success of the Jeep led to copycats and competitors, and the International Scout and Scout II are among them. When it was new, the Scout epitomized function over form, sticking with a squared-off body and room. Its gotta-have-it factor owes much to its no-nonsense personality, minimalist design, and strong powertrain options. (Steer clear of the few Scouts that have four-cylinder engines.) Also consider: The Ford Bronco, which serves the same purpose with minimal differences. Only on the streets of Venice and at Moab will passersby be able to tell the difference between the two.
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