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International Harvester International Harverster 800, 800A, and 800B(1965 to 1971)

CMV $25,132

The Scout 800 series replaced the Scout 80 in late 1965. These models had many improvements in comfort and design, including bucket seats, better instrumentation and heating systems, and updated dashboard.  From the 1966 to 1968, the base model 800 was offered with an optional 196 four-cylinder, or 232 inline-six. Beginning in March 1967, a 266 ci V8 engine was also offered.  November 1968 saw the introduction of the 800A, which replaced the 800. Improvements included more creature-comfort options, a slightly different front-end treatment, drivetrain upgrades, and the options of a 196 four-cylinder, 232 six-cylinder, 266 V8, or 304 V8. The inline-six was only offered for a short period in early 1969. The last of the 800 series was the 800B, available for less than eight months, from August 1970 until March 1971, before it was replaced with the Scout II.

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The Scout 800 series replaced the Scout 80 in late 1965. These models had many improvements in comfort and design, including bucket seats,… Read more

The Scout 800 series replaced the Scout 80 in late 1965. These models had many improvements in comfort and design, including bucket seats, better instrumentation and heating systems, and updated dashboard.  From the 1966 to 1968, the base model 800 was offered with an optional 196 four-cylinder, or 232 inline-six. Beginning in March 1967, a 266 ci V8 engine was also offered.  November 1968 saw the introduction of the 800A, which replaced the 800. Improvements included more creature-comfort options, a slightly different front-end treatment, drivetrain upgrades, and the options of a 196 four-cylinder, 232 six-cylinder, 266 V8, or 304 V8. The inline-six was only offered for a short period in early 1969. The last of the 800 series was the 800B, available for less than eight months, from August 1970 until March 1971, before it was replaced with the Scout II.

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