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Which one's the Scout? 1 is. It's sporting the SCOUT vinyl cab top. (And that makes it a sporty pickup.) 2 is. It's equipped with the SCOUT steel TRAVEL-TOP. (Just the thing for light delivery work around town. Or for traveling from town to town.) 3 is. It's wearing the ScoUT steel cab top. (Recommended for winter duty north of the Mason-Dixon Line. So is a heater.) 4 is. It's outfitted with the SCOUT vinyl TRAVEL-TOP. (Add bucket seats and an upholstered back seat and you have a jaunty little wagon.) And 5 is, too. Even though it doesn't BY INTER TI RN have any kind of a top. And the windshield's folded forward. (Which means it's a ScoUT stripped down for fun.) Well, now that you know that each is a ScouT-which one are you going to buy? P.S. They all have a sturdy frame and rugged components and a 93 hp 4-cylinder engine that goes about 20 miles per gallon. Price is IE $1690.85.* See an INTERNATIONAL SDealer or Branch to test drive the SCOUT and buy it. International Harvester Co., 180 N. Michi- * ATIONAL® gan Ave., Chicago 1, Illinois. SCOUT is the registered trademark for a vehicle manufactured exclusively by the International Harvester Company. *Manufacturer's list price f. o. b. factory exclusive of taxes, preparation and handling.