Jason Conklin: great save all 400k miles my 345 did ran great at 435k didnt use oil or drip either!
Acworth Drone Pilot: Im still driving a 72 Travelall 4x4 with a 392. I bought in 79 from my parents. I still have it today. driven daily. The SV engines are built very well.
Teamluckywheels Bornfree: I thought the ,345 came with a four Barrell carb and manifold
OnlyTheEd: Throw it in a "Rat Rod", confuse the hell outta people! ^_^
392ih: Nice set up.
dti466: I love the PBR touch! I have a fridge full of that beer. Nice save. We all must try and preserve IHs great legacy and name.
brewmaster0507: nice save. love IH
Deborah Flint: Man u have got that running great. Good to see some people still have a heart for International.
Lafontainekid: I love my International, my truck has that same motor... sheer intimidation factor pulling up to these new eco tech chevy's. IHC never dies!
mountainguyed67: Do you have pictures? I would like to see them.
scorpio 8th: Hey, I have a question. I have a 1969 IH....it drops down to slow in drive and reverse...any tips
dlzastera: that would sound nice in an 815 combine.
Farmall Doctor: Thanks!!
John Williams: I've been working all day on the 345 in my '78 Scout...after seeing this vid I wish I had as much elbow room to work with!
Good to hear there are still people like yourself who appreciate fine machinery like this and will not allow it to get scrapped...I know plenty of folks who'd sell their eye teeth for what you got there (starting with me!)
fernando89845: una maqina poca madre felicidades que buena maquina
fireburst102: We have one of these in our 1973 international harvester loadstar. This engine has such a distinct sound!
Mechknight73: Australian International Harvester trucks were an odd bunch. The last gasoline V8s often were in Acco dual cabs, which were built into fire engines. Due to the expense compared to diesel, the idea didn't catch on too well. Some of those old fire trucks can still be found, although International have the same kind of body sharing arrangement that Chevrolet used to have with Pontiac with the Camaro; same basic body, some style changes, different engines and transmissions but mostly the same truck
cj7laredo1: I put a 4 barrel 345 and 4 speed in a Jeep CJ-5... I've seen alot of other v8 swaps in CJ's but this engine was a totally different animal.
Austin Langley: Same motor that's in my 74 international 100 4x4
Jay Briggs: I drove school buses w/ the 345 and 392, both w/ two and four barrel carbs, stick shift and auto's, and I have to say they pulled like like no tomorrow! Sounded like they'd blow apart, but were ready for the next day of punishment! The only Engine that could put up w/ that abuse was the Chevy/GMC 366 big block, but they were prone to timing chain brakes! But they were SMOOTH!!!! To have a IH in a pickup or Travelall would be a scream!!