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Larry Temenoff

Comment: I was on the engineering team with international harvester from 1972 through 1982.about 1980 we were working on a prototype Scout.This vehicle was constructed of a new material called composite. This project abruptly was canceled and the six prototype were ordered to be destroyed. I don't know all the details but there is at least one prototype that was saved and is now in a museum in Auburn Indiana. This vehicle was many years ahead of its time. If you would like to have more information about this prototype vehicle please do not hesitate to call me at 260-481-6029. Larry

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