|I'd say more bronco than scout. They are similar, but the grille looks more like a Ford and that body line on the quarter panel isn't just coincidence.|
|I'm convinced this is a Scout. I mean, just compare the two.|
In terms of design cues taken from the Bronco, the Aspen has a similar line that emerges from the bottom of the bodywork, just in front of the rear wheels, that runs straight to the back of the vehicle after cresting the wheel wells... and that's about it. I guess the gas cap is in the same place. You could also probably say the taillights are more like the Bronco's than the Scout's, but that's a bit of a stretch.
For the most part, I'd definitely say that this is a Scout. The overall shape of the body is pretty much the same. The grille and headlights are located within a concave indentation in the front end, which both the Scout and Bronco have, but the one on the Aspen is somewhat narrow, round and wraps neatly around the headlights, which is more similar to the Scout's front end. The Aspen has the same front turn signals which are located beneath the headlights instead of alongside the headlights like the Bronco's turn signals. The rear windows on the bed cap have the same rounded edges. It even shares the same subtle curve on the top rear edge of the doors.
|How's your Aspen?|
|I will change it when i start to add pictures.|
|In game name: Bullworth Aspen|
|Same as this: www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=89571|
|I definitely say scout. Too small for a Kaiser-Jeep, and without the vertical grille.|
|dark, but btter picture|
|Specifically a Scout 800A, made from 1968 to 1970. Based on the setting of the game, a 1968 International Harvester Scout 800A.|
|I agree with Xenotime, it's a Scout. The grille isn't very bronco-like.|
|Not an I-H Scout or Ford Bronco?|
|More like 1968 International Harvester Scout|
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