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1977 International Scout

Motorcar Studio is offering this awesome 1977 International Scout II finished in Forrest Green with a contrasting matte black Rallye stripe. Available for grabs, this supremely maintained and remarkably restored International Harvester Scout II from 1977 is powered by a 345 cubic inch V8 engine mated to an automatic transmission. The gorgeous rust-free truck has been fully restored and fitted with custom front and rear bumpers, LED headlights, plus brand new Mickey Thompson 17-inch Deegans wearing off-road tires. With only 16,612 miles, this is a great looking Scout with serious off-road bona fides.



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Electric GT EV-Conversion Crate Motor | Image

Electric GT EV-Conversion Crate Motor

This modular electric crate motor lets you turn your gas car into an electric car! The motors are more or less the same size and shape as a modern V8 engine, and can be pretty easily swapped into whatever gasoline-powered vehicle they’ll physically fit into. It features either one or two electric motors, motor controllers, a charger, a DC-to-DC converter and coolant lines and pumps, in a single block. It is built to pair with manual transmissions and includes all ...
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1980 Mercedes-Benz 300GD

This vintage SUV was modified for overland travel and camping, and is now available for purchase at Bring a Trailer. The 1980 Mercedes-Benz 300GD was setup for exploring the great outdoors and is equipped with tons of gear that includes a Front Runner roof rack and water tanks as well as a CVT rooftop tent, a Warn winch, a military-style rear bumper, G-Professional side mirrors, recovery accessories, black steel wheels, and a Bluetooth stereo. Power comes from a rep...
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1959 Porsche 356A Emory | Image

1959 Porsche 356A Emory

Rod Emory is a specialist in customising the Porsche 356 since the late 1980s, his builds take approximately two years to complete and there is a waiting list full of drivers richer and more famous than you. This Bring a Trailer auction, is an opportunity to jump the queue and get your hands on this spectacular Porsche 356A dubbed the "Outlaw”. This modern take on the classic sports car has been updated with some premium flourishes for the exterior and interior, i...
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