International Scout, Truck & Tractor Museum
When you visit the International Scout, Truck & Tractor Museum you’ll be walking into 47,000 square feet of International Harvester paradise. The museum has on display the original official copy of the Scout US Patent that was given to Ted Ornas and IH in 1961.
Other museum display highlights include the original IH Scout plant sign, the US flag display that was flown in the US capital in honor of the Scouts’ 50-year anniversary, and an Original Baja Race Scout, 1929 six-speed special, 1947 KB 2 Pickup, 1950 Farmall and many more.
Plus, there is a 10,000+ square foot warehouse full of used parts. They also sell and service International Harvesters.
6711 Dayton Springfield Rd
Enon, OH 45323
International Scout, Truck & Tractor Museum Admission:
International Scout, Truck & Tractor Museum Hours:
Daily 9 am – 6 pm
Image via https://www.superscoutspecialists.com/
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