This is the only Scout book you'll ever need. Veteran journalist and four-wheel drive historian Jim Allen and recognized collector and Scout expert John Glancy built the most in-depth book about Scout trucks on the market. The book includes details about all your favorite Scout models from the very first to the last one to leave the factory and some the public never saw. With never-before-seen images and new details about the Scout that will surprise even the most dedicated enthusiast, the Scout Encyclopedia is a must-have for any fan of vintage four-wheel drive rigs or International Harvester.
About the Authors
Jim Allen has been a soldier, a sailor, an auto technician, an off-road driving instructor, a farmer and a writer/photographer. Some of those things all at once. For the past 24 years, he has been writing for magazines and writing books. This will be book 12, if you count second editions. Jim thought he knew a fair bit about Scouts when he started this project but soon learned differently and happily trudged up the Scout history learning curve. John Glancy comes from an IH family dating back to the 1940s He even has International Harvester listed on his birth certificate as his fathers employer. He has been an International Harvester Truck Parts salesman, later owner of an IH Scout Light truck parts business that was purchased from Navistar, producer and founder of the IH Scout & Light Truck Nationals show and swap meet, has been on the National board of directors of the International Harvester Collectors Club and was its first Webmaster. John has worked with Jim Allen in the past assisting with many magazine articles and this will be his first book.