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#323001 - 22/08/05 09:10 PM The best Xmas ever !
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That's all I've got to say about that.

Well, I'll tell you a little more laugh ..
5.13 gears
Dana 20 twin stick transfer case
Dana 27 Front
Dana 44 Rear (both w/ hardened axles)
Detroit EZ lockers
rebuilt slant 152 4 cyl w/ rebuilt holly 2 bbl
All the original glass and interior parts
Just bought it for the same as 5 months of gas $$ in the X laugh
More to come..

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#323002 - 22/08/05 10:27 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Registered: 18/08/00
Posts: 4658
Loc: Scottsdale, AZ
Dude!!!! Happy Christmas!! [ThumbsUp]

It's a year between '61 & '70, model 80 or 800, probably after 1966 since it has 44's (I think).

http://www.binderbulletin.org/forums/faq..._scout80+800_id

(There's the 152 (mine), 196, 304, & 392 if I recall correctly. There was also a 6 cylinder V-266 that might have been about what yours is.)

http://www.binderbulletin.org/forums/faq.php?faq=ihc_faq#faq_ihcfaq_7.0

Let's see more pics!!! smile
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#323003 - 22/08/05 10:37 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Awesome links John, gracias. [ThumbsUp] I'll get more picks up in the daylight smile . I have to force myself to sleep now frown , I want to go to garage and look at it some more.. [Geek]

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#323004 - 22/08/05 11:01 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Registered: 18/08/00
Posts: 4658
Loc: Scottsdale, AZ
Wow. Your POS sounds much better than my POS. laugh

Looking forward to your pics.

Current status of mine:
- 2 gallons of bondo on left rear quarter is almost done. laugh
- New steering wheel a few days ago
- New 2 bbl carb ready to install
- Bought some seat belts (and even a 5 pt harness)
- 2" shackles (fangs!) front and back
- New spring bushings all the way around
- Have BFGs - will be putting them on black rockcrawlers
- Etc, etc. laugh

Here's a few other links for ya:
http://www.binderbulletin.org/forums/
http://www.justinternationals.org/
http://www.anythingscout.com/community/
http://www.scoutparts.com/
http://www.scoutconnection.com/products&services/parts/
http://oldihc.org/
http://www.sonoradesertscouts.com/
http://www.scoutswest.com/fforum/www/index.php
http://www.kentrolinc.com/
http://www.dandcextreme.com/
http://southwest4x4.net/
http://binderbooks.com/
http://www.eastcoastscouts.com/catalog.html

That should keep you busy for a while. [LOL] [Wave] laugh
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-John

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#323005 - 23/08/05 05:40 AM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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[ThumbsUp]

Right on!! I can't wait to see that thing. Lemme know if you want help wrenching or putting on the windshield, seats, etc.

Another solid axle bastard. wink

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#323006 - 23/08/05 06:17 AM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Swine. I want one too! smile Nice one. I nearly invested in a $100 wreck of a Scout a few weeks ago but decided against it.

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#323007 - 23/08/05 07:07 AM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Registered: 15/09/00
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Loc: Chanhassen, MN USA
so, you gonna keep the x? or does the scout have enough room for you, the dog, and camp gear?
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#323008 - 23/08/05 07:31 AM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Here is a pic Dan sent me last night of what model and what he *expected* it to look like.

66 scout international

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#323009 - 23/08/05 08:47 AM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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I'll get me one in the next couple of years, then rip it apart to fix all the rust in the rear quarter panels etc. And replace the rusted out floor. I figure that is my opportunity to learn how to weld! smile

Where are the pics? smile

This is the POS 1975 one I was looking at for $100. But figured it needed way to much work to make it road worthy. Guy down in AZ City was selling it on Craigs List.

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#323010 - 23/08/05 08:58 AM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Registered: 18/08/00
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Loc: Scottsdale, AZ
I just noticed, "5.88's"? Damn!

I honestly don't even know yet what mine has. I only know after replacing my speedo cable my max speed is 55 - and that's not fun. It feels like 155!

Here's the current look: Fine Automobile

Here's the parking brake (4x4) and a couple leaks: Oops!

Sounds like yours is pretty well equiped, but at least we can trade spare parts if we need. (cough cough axles, hate my D27's, cough cough!) smile

(edit: Where are the pics?! You can work later. )
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#323011 - 23/08/05 12:47 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Gratz on the Scout!


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#323012 - 23/08/05 01:03 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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I was gonna pull the 'This thread is useless' deal. But I figure Dan is probably out wheeling his new toy, so he'll have pics when he gets back!!! smile

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#323013 - 23/08/05 03:27 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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OE Powerplant

Dashboard

Goodies

OE Manual Hubs

All up in my grill

Blue just happens to be one of my favorite colors laugh


I can't drive it around at he moment, one tire's down and the gas tank at the moment is a gatorade bottle under the driversseat wink
After a few minor purchases (fuel cell) and maybe 40-50 hours of wrenching, it'll be muy trail ready. I still can't believe it's not butter!

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#323014 - 23/08/05 03:32 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Awesome. The running gear look in amazing shape.

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#323015 - 23/08/05 03:47 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Everything has been torn down and refurbished by the kid, he's a paid wrench. Notice the powdercoated parts, there're a lot of them. The hubs turn free and there doesn't seem to be any noticeable problems yet. It's even marked my otherwise pristine garage floor in it's first 24 hours at home smile

Lee, of course I'm keeping the X, who the hell'd buy it? I'm hoping to have the Scout road ready by the time the fenders on the X fold back at 60 mph and blow away..I found some more tears recently mad

[Smoking]

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#323016 - 23/08/05 04:12 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Looks great! How about a shot further back so we can see the whole thing. wink

Assuming you have the dual tanks in the fender wells? I currently have 3 tanks and may be able to trade one I'm not using for a qty of beers. smile
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#323017 - 23/08/05 04:15 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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The tanks are out, I have them though. I believe I'll be going with a fuel cell however and eventually a swing away tire or even roof mount for the spare.

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#323018 - 23/08/05 04:24 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Registered: 15/09/00
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Quote:
Originally posted by DBAX:
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I can't drive it around at he moment, one tire's down...
One tire's aired down now - get on the trail!!
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lee@vl.net
Former member of Arizona Xterra Club
Live free. Dine well. Drink good beer.

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#323019 - 23/08/05 04:43 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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#323020 - 23/08/05 05:01 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Well, its no Xterra but... smile

I'd say its ugly, but I think I just can't get past those skinny little tires. I can't wait to see what you do with it. Sounds like it will be a pretty sweet machine. Congrats!

Glad to hear you aren't getting rid of the X. We'd hate to lose you!
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#323021 - 23/08/05 05:33 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Registered: 18/08/00
Posts: 4658
Loc: Scottsdale, AZ
Nice! At least mine is only a little bit uglier! (sorta. wink )
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#323022 - 23/08/05 05:52 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Oh, IH buds!

I've got 2 IH's currently...

My 1970 Travelall:





It's mostly a utility vehicle, 392 3/4Ton 4wd work horse.

My '78 scout:


^^ that bumper was my welding project for my welding class in college :p

and how it sits now:


The plan is to cut off the rear frame and build a roll cage/frame and make it a rock crawler smile

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#323023 - 23/08/05 06:27 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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That's a weird looking Xterra. [Huh?] That must be the infamous 1999 Exterra. laugh

Good score Dan!! [ThumbsUp] I want to see some flexy pix.
What size tires are on it (or will be on it)?
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Now it burns when I pee..

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#323024 - 23/08/05 06:35 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Quote:
Originally posted by DBAX:



Is that a yellow flashlight used as a wheel chock? I like the Xterra parked at the end of the driveway to keep the Scout from rolling into the street...

Oh, I gotta ask, does this one have working AC???
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#323025 - 23/08/05 07:21 PM Re: The best Xmas ever !
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Yeah, the spotlight works well there [ThumbsUp]

I thought the truck was a bit steadfast as I tried to roll it myself, even for having one semiflat tire. I got in and moved the twin sticks, out of low, then I unlocked the hubs out on the wheels. [Laughing] It rolled a little quicker.


Staying true to the original format, NO, there's no A/C either. :p

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