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    Thinking of selling the Scout

    Im moving, so Im looking to sell my rig. I built it from the ground up, and really hate to see it go. Im moving to the greater Houston area, and dont know where I would store it. I'd prefer to keep it intact, but I may be willing to part it out. Here's the specs/parts list:

    1976 Scout II frame/body
    *Frame has been split and widened for FW axles and the big block

    Axles
    '88 Ford High Pinion Dana 60 front
    DRW Hubs
    35 Spline outer shafts with Warn flanges
    Detroit Locker
    5.13 gears
    Trussed for hydraulic steering mount
    GM Dually DRW Dana 70 HD rear
    35 Spline shafts
    14 bolt SRW hubs
    Disc brakes
    Welded spiders
    5.13 gears
    Trussed for 4 link

    Steering
    Performance Off-Road double-ended cylinder, orbitrol valve, 4130 clevis/rod end adapters, all necessary hoses.

    Powertrain
    Engine
    Ford 460, + .040 over
    Remanufactured long block, balanced rotating assembly
    Towing/4x4 cam; can provide specs if necessary
    Aluminum water pump
    Aluminum dual quad intake manifold
    Aluminum Ford Racing cylinder covers
    Complete MSD ignition system (coil, distributor, 6-AL)
    Propane system from www.propaneguy.com, dual mixers/dual regulators
    Polished ball milled aluminum air filter housing

    Transmission
    Completely rebuilt C-6 auto (2005)

    Transfer Cases
    Ford NP-203/Ford NP-205
    Stazworks doubler
    ORD Triple Stick
    NP-205 clocked flat
    Driveshafts
    Front: High Angle Driveline 1410 CV
    Rear: HADL 1350 CV


    Tires/Wheels
    Grooved 44 TSL Super Swampers front; Grooved 44 TSL Boggers rear
    12 bolt H1 double beadlocks, weld-on Copperhead Fab rock rings
    Brand new 44 TSL spare on matching H1 wheel

    Suspension
    Front
    Coil/modified radius arm w/ panhard
    3.5 CORE coils
    Lower links are 1.5 X .25 wall DOM sleeved with sch. 40 pipe
    Jimmy Joints at axle, poly bushings at frame
    Rear
    Coil/4 link
    Stock full-size Ford coils
    Lower links are 1.5 X .25 wall DOM sleeved with sch. 40 pipe
    Upper links are 1.5 X .25 wall DOM
    Rubicon Express Superflex Joints at axle, poly bushings at frame

    Body/Interior
    Full cage, tied to frame
    GM tilt steering column
    Custom 12-Volt Guy winch/switch panel
    Herculined interior
    Cobra CB
    Autometer ultra-light gauges

    Miscellaneous
    Teflon/SS brakelines
    Other crap Im forgetting
    Warn 8000 winch

    Trailer
    20 dual axle Carhauler w/ dovetail
    Wooden deck
    Mounted toolbox
    Electric brakes on 1 axle

    Im not a super hardcore competition rock crawler, but like most of you I wanted a rig that I could wheel hard and not have to worry about. Ive wheeled this rig throughout Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas. Its held up great and my family has enjoyed it tremendously. Its got all the dents, dings, scrapes, and rock rash on the body and tires that youd expect on a trail rig. Its not a super-blinged out buggy that will get you on the cover off CRAWL, but its not priced like one either. Its a hell of a lot of fun, a great rig for family wheeling, and Im asking $10,000 for the Scout and $2,000 for the trailer. All serious offers will be entertained.

    I live in Sulphur, LA. Delivery is an option. Please PM me with questions and/or details and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. Thanks for looking!
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    do it jimmy, do it

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    If your hang up is storage when you move to Houston, Frick or I could probably assist in some way.
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    nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh

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    This would be sad Andy. Not so much the fact that you'd be selling your scout, but it would seem you would be without rig at that point, thus making chances of getting to wheel with you even more scarce than they already are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by agjohn02 View Post
    do it jimmy, do it
    Oh it's worth it, and it's a bad dood, I don't have the means to swing that right now unless Andy wanted to trade for a really little ski boat he wouldn't fit in.
    Boats and hoes

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    I'll trade you a 4runner

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    i have a friend here in CS that may have a place to store it in a shop.

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    This thread eats it.
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    ill store it in my shop in the scout section if i get use of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackasic View Post
    nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh
    Funny how things work out.

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    burnout pics Brandon!
    Boats and hoes

    Stumble in to the liquor store
    With a dollar-fifty for a bottle of wine,
    I know just what I'm lookin for
    Thunderbird will do just fine.

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    I am going try and get the tires swapped over and back on the ground next week.. Also need to pick up a outer stub shaft.

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