National Geographic : 1979 Jul
SCOUTS'GO TO CAMPSITES THAT COULD CAUSE ORDINARY CARS TO GO TO PIECES. Most folks / go camping to get away from it all. And in a car, that's hard to do-you just can't get very far away. But an International" Scout can. Scout is designed strictly as a sports/utility vehicle, with the rugged temperament to get you to the best spots -out of horn-honkin' range of ordinary cars. Fancy footwork. At the point where cars give out, Scout's 4-wheel drive kicks in to keep you going. Good ground clearance, and a sturdy steel box frame that's welded instead of riveted let Scout cover rough terri tory easily. A short wheelbase permits tighter turns and responsive handling. Plenty of "pull' Scout's giant cargo space really holds the gea. And heavy-duty axles and suspension are built to handle heavy loads. Up front is the same engine we use in our 21/2-ton trucks-so towing is no problem. Four camp champs. The basic Scout II is always a wise choice. But also check out the extra roomy and SCOUT: Scout Traveler. Giant cargo area has over 103 cu.ft. of space for even biggerloads. powerful Traveler" The extra-sporty SS II. And Terra," our versatile pickup. So don't settle for ordinary camp sites any longer. Test drive a Scout at your International Harvester Scout dealer. Because anything less is just a car. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Anything less is just a car.