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Hey guys,

My Toro-Flow story is out in Diesel World magazine's "Vintage Smoke" column, pages 168-172. Should be on stands now. Will likely be posted to the DW website at some point http://www.dieselworldmag.com. I sourced Smokstak since I got some good clues from here and maybe it will bring a few more vintage diesel fans to the group. Ended up with some really great images from GM Historical, so there's some pretty good Toro-Flow "porn" there. I imagine the Cat D3400 story will be next but don't know for sure. Up ahead, the DT466, Guiberson radial Diesel, 1939 Dodge-Lanova Diesel, IH D301, Packard Non-Magnetic Diesel, Sheppard Diesel, IH/FOrd 6.9, a variety of Cummins Diesels, and so on.

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I'm sure glad I don't have to work on Toro Flows anymore!
How about an article on the DV550 IH, there was a strange engine!
Thanks for the great articles Jim!
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I'm sure glad I don't have to work on Toro Flows anymore!
How about an article on the DV550 IH, there was a strange engine!
Thanks for the great articles Jim!
The DV550 is on the list! The potential list is endless. Having access to engines for photos, or being supplied suitable photos, is the first step towards getting a story done. Info as well. Sometimes I have one or the other. I found a great little Farymann diesel to shoot, for example, but getting information on it has been a problem. On the other hand, I have books full of information on engines but can't find one to shoot within a reasonable distance.

I just wish they put more of them online. The editor has said he will put them all up at some point.
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Hi Jim, I looked for the Toro-flow story & couldn't find it last night. Is it available now?
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Hi Jim, I too looked for it and never found it. I did however find some good ones on the Farmall MD and the Case 1200.
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Yeah, they have been slow putting them up. Check 'em out at the magazine rack, I guess. I listed the ones in another post that I found were up. If you go to the Diesel World website www.dieselworldmag.com and find the email address of the editor asking to see more of them posted <dw-editor@engagedmedia.com>. They respond to enough requests and it shows them the vintage diesel community is out there.
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