For Sale ARIZONA: 1975 Scout II on 2015 Wrangler frame and suspension 5.3 aluminum LS six speed auto (2 Viewers)

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For sale at 45k.

David at 602-616-3375

1975 International Scout II XLC. Completely rust free (it never had any). Original paint (rare metallic champagne color similar to Jeep Wrangler’s Khaki color). Chassis is a 2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (NEW Mopar frame at $3500.00. A new frame was preferred so as to not have competing frame VIN numbers with the body VIN) with used, low mileage Rubicon axles with OEM electric locker and 4:33 gears ($4500.00). Suspension is all new Rock Krawler adjustable arms all around ($1300.00) with new adjustable Rock Krawler track bars front and rear ($360.00) with new Bilstein shocks and steering stabilizer ($425.00). New heavy duty front and rear OME coil springs ($350.00). New wheels and 35” tires ($1775.00). New calipers/brakes all around ($650.00). New hydroboost brake booster ($565.00) with CBR racing power steering pump and remote reservoir ($775.00) mounted to engine using wide Open Designs kit ($290.00). New ANYTHING SCOUT aluminum radiator with shroud and four spal cooling fans ($1400.00). New GenRight high capacity aluminum fuel tank with steel skid plate ($1550). New in tank fuel pump with adapters ($480.00) installed with AN6 fuel line installed to engine. Low mileage 2011 all aluminum Generation IV 5.3 Vortec V8 ($3500.00) engine (approximately 340 horse) with v-band headers ($595.00). Engine is wired ($720.00) E38 computer programmed ($260.00) and ready to run. Engine placed with RPM Extreme motor mounts ($300.00) with 6l80e six speed ($2500.00) automatic transmission using RPM Extreme transmission mount ($150.00). Rebuilt Jk transfer case ($750.00) with new Novak adapter ($560.00). Lokar 6l80 shifter (with tap shift) installed (ESS66L80HM: $380.00) as well as JB Customs transfer case shifter ($225.00). JK OEM steering gear and pitman arm ($450.00).

New Ididit tilt keyed black column and linkage ($1065.00). New billet steering wheel and hub ($200.00). New VINTAGE Air Magnum IV A/C ($1100.00) mounted and plumbed with new Sanden compressor with Vintage Air LS bracket mount). New Wilwood master cylinder and proportion valve ($300.00). New installed brake lines. New 02 sensors ($170.00). New front Corbeau RS reclining seats ($750.00). New rear sway bar. Front sway bar is the Rubicon version with disconnect feature ($400.00).

New KAYMAR rear bumper and dual swing out tire carrier and gas rack—over 4K plus shipping to US. Rhino Rack platform roof rack ($1100.00). AEV hidden winch mount (no winch).

Brakes are completed just add fluids and bleed. New Ron Francis XP66 fuse bock/relay module ($500.00) partially wired in: needs to be finished. Radiator has no fluids, engine does not have oil, etc.).

No parts needed to make run or drive. Drive train is installed and near-ready to drive. Steering is installed and near-ready.

The interior paint is in very good condition. The dash pad has no cracks. I have all the original sheet metal. I do not have the headliner for the hard top but I have the OEM fiberglass molded sides in very good condition.

I have over 40k in parts not including shipping and certainly not including labor. This figure does not include the value of the rare, OEM khaki-colored and rust free 1975 Scout XLC body (I have all the original sheet metal in very good condition).

Please: before asking about my price see New Legend Scout’s similar offerings beginning at $165,000.00. Yes: one hundred and sixty-five thousand US dollars.

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It was 112 degrees today In Phoenix, Arizona.

It’s gonna be hell-hot till mid-November: heat like this turns fun into a hated job and I already have a business that commands too much of my life.
 
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Phomollient, just curious... did you cut the JK axles down to stock Scout width or did you keep the JK stock width?

And did you sell?

Thanks!
I haven’t given much thought to selling since I last posted.

It is further along now.

Still for sale though I have an interested party that has been following the build for many months.
 

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