Be careful about trying to mate Scott boots with modern bindings. Very few modern bindings have toe height adjustment anymore, since boots are now built to the same DIN standard. Scott boots pre-date the DIN standards for sole thickness, and, from what I recall, the sole thickness was quite thin and won't fit a modern binding properly (i.e. they will wobble like hell in the toe piece). The Spademans might be your best option, or find a current binding with toe height adjustment.
I'm not saying I'm 100% right; just saying to confirm the boot dimensions before committing to anything. If memory serves, the later year Scotts had thicker soles (but again, that era was a long time ago and my memory is a bit foggy on it).