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Kittermankadets85

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1996 F350 crew cab 1ton single wheel power by 7.3L power stroke diesel“International/Navistar diesel” always been a Chevy guy but when you love IH it only makes since.
 

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1996 F350 crew cab 1ton single wheel power by 7.3L power stroke diesel“International/Navistar diesel” always been a Chevy guy but when you love IH it only makes since.
Nice OBS Powerstroke!!! I'm a Ford guy.... Dad and I have almost always been... Right now I have an 2011 F-150 and an 03 Excursion with the IH/Navistar 6.0.
 

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Nice truck. Wish I had that motor in my 1991 F250. I have the 460 motor. Loves the fuel!
In 91 that would have been a 7.3 IDI N/A (or an aftermarket turbo could be installed). Still a good engine. Had a few of them also. Never had a 460, but always heard they could pass anything on the road but a gas station.
 
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Yes I had a 72 t bird when I lived in Atlanta 460.you could watch the fuel Guage drop between red lights.but on the high way I got good gas mileage.now I have a 1979 f250 400 engine almost as bad as the t bird.
 

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I love all things *Binder* myself.

We had a couple of trucking companies when I was young and the major IHC dealer for the area was across the highway and next to our truck-stop/lunch spot.

I grew to love going through there in the 70's. IHC was well known for granting their dealers great leeway in site-building custom trucks more or less sanctioned by the manufacturers and sever times a year a well-heeled individual would have a Scout, Pickup or larger being *built* there.

We never bothered with IHC over the road as we were all Cummins/Kenworth but the Ol' Man kept his from-new RC-180 that he used to haul beef to NYC with. That became the family's de-fault trainer tractor.

Now, much later in life my IHC *thing* is partially served by; Last -year 7.3 Ford 250, '73 Scout, '72 Loadstar 4 door with a 392/Allison, Cub Cadets, IHC freezer and a sweet IHC M1 Garand.

Todd.
 

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Nice. Hopefully one day I will find one.
I'd say; buy the very next one that you can afford whether complete/original or not. I was lucky to have all-IHC except for the original *square-channel* stock. I almost held out but am glad that I didn't. I bought this one 25 years ago and even then, they were relatively expensive.

Anymore, I'd be happy to find a stripped IHC receiver even though individual IHC parts are insanely expensive.... IF you can find them.

Todd.
 

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