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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-29-2007, 02:59 PM
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1961 scout valuation

I have found a 1961 scout that is in fairly decent shape--runs good but some rust on the bed. All the original paper work is with it, including manuals, etc. There are also pictures of it being worked on a few years ago to show what parts of the body were replaced because of rust. I don't have a picture of it. It has a slant four. Information on the truck indicates it was #128 off assembly line. Anyone have any idea what it would be worth?
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#122 restored by IHOnly North just won several awards at the Scout Nationals.

Not sure of a value. Depends on the condition, but I'd say it is historically significant. Certainly one of the first 200 made, I believe.
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Question 80 scout sport

how do you read the Vin to know what # your Scout is? I'dd like to know before I make it more off road worthy or restore it. I would hate to change a low number 1961 80, if it should be restored.
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if my Scout is not Rare what would be a good dorner Vech. I do not even know what a good set up would be for it, I'd like to put a 4spd and a dana 44 with a locker in the rear, would be nice to have one up front to but with disk breaks.
I origionaly got it because it tows really easy behind my motorhome and does not mind a few scrapes getting to a good fishing hole. but it does not go very far on those small tanks. and it is easy to get stuck.
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