Looks to be an International Scout?
Regardless, I agree, they just don't make 'em like that anymore.
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Greg, definitely an International but not a Scout (which incidentally I adore).
1975 international 150 4x4.
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It's definitely a Cornbinder.
For us old guys, that is slang for International.
Judging from the front hood and grille, I am leaning on the early to mid-'60s, but they really didn't change a whole lot through the mid-'70s.
They are definitely solid, well-built vehicles.
Parts can be hard to come by at times.
They were built to be workhorses and lacked any refinement.
1974 international 3/4 ton with a 304.
International engines were built tough as nails.
They employed timing gears and not chains.
I was never much of an International aficionado but searching around the trucks of the '60s had a more rounded front end and a different style.
Around '69, they went to the body style of the truck pictured and varied the grille until the end of production in 1975.
Back in the early 2000's I almost bought a 1972 3/4 ton 4X4, but the lack of parts availability turned me away.
It needed a bit of work and would have been my daily driver, so it just didn't fit the bill.
I still see a few running around my area, which is good for a little market share as they had back in the day.
Thank you for the post that brought back the good ol' days for a while.