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Re: nice story about an IH scout

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02-20-2012 17:43:31

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That 152 was half of the 304 V8 engine.
Later Bob

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02-21-2012 05:32:11

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 Re: nice story about an IH scout in reply to Bob/Ont, 02-20-2012 17:43:31  
And even though it was half of a 304 it weighed twice as much as most V8s. I just sold a 1961 with an extra 152 engine and transmission. The guy walked into my shop and "thought" he was going to pick that 152 up and carry it out. I loaded it with my tractor.

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02-20-2012 19:30:20

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 Re: nice story about an IH scout in reply to Bob/Ont, 02-20-2012 17:43:31  
My life time I have been luck enough to own 9, 3 of which were purchased new. Nothing about them favors a geo or what ever the other poster mentioned. Pure ih all the way. Went to the ih Memphis depo and helped drive the first ones for a prade when they were first put on the market. Ended up buying one of the first 80 ever b uilt. Have a 79 now valued at over 15,000 and I would, take that for it. There were the first suv s . Problem was all ih dealers were out in the rural areas and the people purchasing the suv s were in the city.

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02-21-2012 04:56:52

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 Scout 1st SUV?? in reply to jm., 02-20-2012 19:30:20  
I'm not sure there is as standard definition to the word "SUV." But, the mid-to-late 40s Willys four-door, 4WD wagons and also the Jeepsters met the qualifications - as far as I can tell. Willys marketed them as "family utility vehicles." Scout came more then 10 years later.

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02-20-2012 19:26:17

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 Re: nice story about an IH scout in reply to Bob/Ont, 02-20-2012 17:43:31  
I have an old Scout (what"s left of it) that has the 152 CID half a V-8 engine with the Borg-Warner truck 4-speed with "granny" gear.
When it was still running, it was one heckuva woods truck. In low range and in creeper it would barely crawl. Never liked it as a road vehicle altho the P.O. bought it new and drove it for nearly 20 years back and forth to work about 20 miles one way.

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