1967 International CITYSTAR CF500
1967 International Scout featured in Garden and Gun magazine (framed copy of magazine goes with purchase) Mostly restored: -Strong running original engine, went through professional, starts right up, idles well! (small oil drip, can't find the right seal) -new white paint job, not a professional job by any means, would still need body work if you want straight lines, but for a 50 year old vehicle with no rust it looks vintage and rustic -speaking of rustic, the dash has had the paint removed leaving a real cool steel rugged look, all the gauges are new -2 new fuel tanks, 8 gallons on each side. -new roll bar and new backseat, both were not original to the vehicle but improve safety and allows more seating! -line-x sprayed interior, looks great and provides protection -Crager wheels and bridgestone AT tires, barely any miles on them -electric, brakes, and steering have all been gone through and repaired or updated. (have receipts) -rebuilt carburetor -lots of work done to make this ride a nice cruiser that is reliable. these are hard to find, gets looks everywhere you go and lots of talk when filling up. -bikini top is what I leave on all the time. The door windows need some work but are all there with good glass. Also, there is a half hard top that would need to be restored but is in fairly good condition.