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Scout II cage fabrication

Written by Anything Scout — January 18, 2016



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 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


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


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


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


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?


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


What color green did you paint this Scout?

February 05 2017 at 01:02 PM

anything scout:

Robert – Thanks! The lock box should be available for purchase soon. Unfortunately the roof rack, bumper and cage will not be retailed.

Larry – This does not adapt to a stock frame and currently is setup for the LS series engines. We are prototyping the new Cummins 2.8l turbo diesel setup for scout 800’s and hope to have that available in the near future.

Johnny – I believe they are a 35" KO2 with a US Wheel Stealth Crawler rim.

April 03 2017 at 09:04 AM

Juan Escobar:

Man that is an amazing detail truck!! It look so well built and thought off… Great Job only Inspires me even more. to finish mine..

May 08 2017 at 01:05 PM

Will Rusch:

Would you be able to tell me brand of headlights and the light beam on the roof rack looking on maybe doing a build similar to this and loved the way those lights looked.

June 02 2017 at 11:06 PM

Will Rusch:

On the PUTCO light bar that y’all used on the roof rack what was the length of it?

June 03 2017 at 02:06 PM

Stewart Miley:

This is impressive and just plain beautiful! Maybe you don’t want to comment here on the cost of this rebuild but I’d love to know.

June 30 2017 at 09:06 AM

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