National Geographic : 1979 Apr
JUST WHEN A CAR STARTS HAVING PROBLEMS,A SCOUT STARTS FEELING AT HOME. - Scout Traveler towing a heavy boat. hunting expedition, -__3 0 miles from nowhere. / You wait all year for that trip to the outback. But your car's usefulness begins to diminish about the time the highways become dirt roads. That's just when an International® Scout becomes a bigger asset than ever. The Complete Outdoorsman. When mountain snow or soft sand can strand a car, Scout's four-wheel drive pulls out easily. When towing something like a boat can give a car a backache, Scout provides an optional built-in, beefed-up towing package: 345 V-8 engine, leaf springs with a 6200-pound capacity, a truck-like rear axle, and one of the strongest frame hitches ever devised. When room is at a premium in a car, Scout provides ample space for five husky / campers and all their gear. When a dead-end trail can intimidate a car, Scout's 100-inch to a Sc( wheelbase permits U-turn maneu- represe verability with compact-like ease. Scout. Getting away-from the problems. or Terr To a car, the wilderness represents Sob a menacing piece of terrain. But great o C~rIe\ TTiP to you Scout d out, the wilderness nts home. And that's any The Scout®II, SSII, Traveler® ai before you escape to that outdoors,take one side trip. r International Harvester dealer. Anything less II. is Just a car. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER is just a car.