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How many 1468 with V8 s were made ?

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12 hours ago, searcyfarms said:

one was probably my FILs he was from burke just east of Gregory 

Donnie Brumbau or how ever it is spelled.   He and his son Gene ran a tractor salvage

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Did 1568's come from the factory made to fire only on 4 cylinders like the 1468's did under "no load", or did IH do away with that feature on the 1568's?

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7 minutes ago, dale560 said:

See ihc was 25 years ahead of the industry. With displacement on demand. 

And it’s still a stupid idea . . . see the GM AFM debacle et al.  

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37 minutes ago, Gearclash said:

And it’s still a stupid idea . . . see the GM AFM debacle et al.  

Does anyone remember the Cadillac V-8-6-4 engine in 1981? That wasn't a good idea, either...

Travis

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1 hour ago, Gearclash said:

And it’s still a stupid idea . . . see the GM AFM debacle et al.  

I was goi g to post that also. Wasn’t a good idea then or now.

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27 minutes ago, Sparky said:

Does anyone remember the Cadillac V-8-6-4 engine in 1981? That wasn't a good idea, either...

Travis

I was trying to remember the gm engine that came out right after that really gave fits. It was the caddy. And at that time the ugliest Cadillac ever made was produced. It was the sawed off back trunk. This convinced me every designer was drunk in the late 70s early 80s

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