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Scout II cage fabrication

Written by Anything Scout — January 18, 2016

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Joe:

Amazing rebuild, considering the “canvas” that you started with!! I now fully understand the first part of you company name!! I am just completing my 76’ Scout II frame off, which took too long. I deploy with U.S. Forces and will not be able to make a visit to your facility until spring of 17’ How long was the build time on Cam’s from start to finish? I want you guys to build my next one!!

October 31 2016 at 03:10 AM

Robert Hinojosa:

Whats a build like this run?….Ball park estimate?

November 02 2016 at 01:11 AM

jacob mcdougal:

AWESOME job guys.so I have a couple of questions. the first is where did you guys get the box to put in the side of the truck on the inside cause I need to find something like that. The second questions is what is that insulation looking material that you guys are using.

November 09 2016 at 01:11 PM

Neal:

I’ve only followed Anything Scout for a year of so, but I absolutely love your builds. I appreciate how much thought goes into functionality, practicality, and reliability of each of your vehicles.

November 09 2016 at 03:11 PM

Duke:

That looks awesome! I have a ’71 Scout II that I would like to do the same. Can you provide a ballpark estimate please?

Thank you,

December 09 2016 at 08:12 AM

anything scout:

Thanks Guys!

Joe – the build time on this truck was about 4 months, but that was a rushed job typical build time is about 10-12 months for a build like this.

Robert/Duke – This was a very extensive build with many upgrades. This level of build starts around 110k. But again this is a very high end build.

Jacob – The box is a product we’ve designed to replace and bolt right into the stock cover plate and should hit full production here soon. We used a Noico sound deadener in addition to a foam pad insulation and ceramic bead coating.

December 12 2016 at 12:12 PM

Robert:

Just amazing. I have a 75 scout ll. I’d like to know how much a restomod like this cost.
Love the rack, rear bumper, lock box insert and cage, are these all available for purchase? I already have your workman front bumper and love it. Again just beautiful. The only thing wrong with it is its not in my garage.

December 19 2016 at 08:12 PM

Larry:

Is your coilover suspension avalable as a kit to adapt to a stock Scout II frame or can your custom frame setup accept a stock IH 345, auto trans, and transfer case?

Regards,

December 21 2016 at 02:12 PM

Johnny :

What size tire and rim combo are you running? Have a 73 that my dad and I are rebuilding.

January 02 2017 at 04:01 PM

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