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Saw this in local craigslist. Didn't know that they made an 8N diesel. At least that is what the guy has it listed as. Says 50"s.
|Jim Loveridge||It certanly isn't an 8N. It could be a 601. they came out in '57 and according to my chart were red.
|Larry||I didn't think they made an 8N diesel but was 100% sure. The guy had several pictures and in the one it did look like an 8N. That center emblem on the hood is a dead give away it can't be an 8N.
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