International 1965

USA

Scout 80 152 cu.in. 4-cylinder – end of prod.      
Scout 800 152 cu.in. 4-cylinder – new model      
D-series Travelall          
D-series Pickup          


 

 


Scout 80 and 800


The Scout 80 was replaced by the new Scout 800 in late 1965. The exterior is slightly changed with the addition of an aluminum grille and a rectangular International emblem in the middle of it. An IH emblem is added to the front of the hood. Except of the introduction of an optional 4 speed transmission (Warner Gear Model T-18), the frame and drivetrain remain unchanged and the 152 cubic inch 4 cylinder is still the only available engine. The fold-down windshield is replaced with a fixed windshield and the interior received an upgrade. The instrument guages include a speedometer, oil pressure gauge, water temperature gauge, ammeter, and fuel gauge. The vacuum powered windshield wipers are moved to the bottom of the windshield and have variable speeds. Roll down windows and wing windows became standard on the doors. A new two spoke steering wheel replaced the old four spoke one. The swivel type door handles are replaced with new push button ones and the tailgate pins are replaced with a one-handed release lever. Bucket seats, better instrumentation and heating systems, updated dashboard, optional rear seats, and optional 196 4-cyl, 232 6-cyl, or 266 V8 engines. A turbocharged version of the 152 4-cylinder (the 152-T).
 


Scout


Scout

 


D-series Travelall


Travelall development continue in a gradual fashion, becoming the D-series in 1965.
 


Travelall

 

 


D-series Pickup


For 1965 the name became the D-Series.
 

 


Pickup