Question: Why did international stop making the Scout?

After 10 years of production, International brought out the Scout II in 1971. On an extended wheelbase, a pickup and Suburban-like variation were also produced. After a crippling strike (at the time the longest in UAW history) and facing a financial crisis it dropped the Scout.

When did International Harvester stop making the Scout?

1980 A concept for its replacement was initiated in 1964 and approved for production in mid-1965. The Scout II was introduced in 1971. The basic sheet metal remained unchanged until production stopped on October 21, 1980. During the 20-year period (1960–1980), 532,674 Scouts were produced.

When was the last international scout built?

October 21, 1980 Production of the Scout stopped forever when the last Scout rolled off the line on October 21, 1980.

Is international scout still in business?

Along with the Farmall and Cub Cadet tractors, International was also known for the Scout and Travelall vehicle nameplates....International Harvester.IndustryAgricultural, AutomotiveFoundersCyrus Hall McCormick William Deering J.P.MorganDefunct1985FateRenamed as Navistar International Corporation7 more rows

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