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1979 Harvester Scout Given New High-Tech Life

A TEAM of SUV enthusiasts have created the perfect combination of the late 70s style and up to date tech by fully transforming a 1979 International Harvester Scout.

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Harvester Scout was created as a competitor to the Jeep, and it initially featured a fold-down windshield, with later models being produced in Indiana as two-door trucks with a removable hardtop.

Mike Austin, Marshall Cantrill and Cody Dabney, from Pensacola, Florida, customise vintage trucks to today’s modern needs.

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The award-winning team, from Velocity Restorations, purchased a Harvester Scout from Texas and customised the vehicle to an ultimate dream ride. The truck not only looks impressive but has got all modern amenities that makes it a particularly enjoyable ride.//Barcroft Cars