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IH's re-entry into the articulated 4wd market was in 1974 with the 4366.  In 1970 IH looked to an outside vendor for an articulated 4wd tractor. First choice was MRS ( Mississippi Road Supply) to build a the IH 4166, 4168,4266, 4366, and 4468. For what ever reason the IH/MRS venture fell apart and IH turned to Steiger to build its 4wds.  International purchased 30% of Steiger and the 4366 was the only model to be built from the MRS line up.  The 4366 had a Steiger Safari cab and frame with an IH engine and final drive assemblies from a 1466. The first models had white cabs and later changed to red like the rest of the 66 series. Scale Models offered a 1/16 scale 4366 in 1998.  C&D Models offers a 1/64 scale 4366 4wd kit. Roy Lee Baler offered a 1/64 custom International 4366 with duals that was initially made for the 1990 Gateway Mid-America show in St. Louis.  It latter ended up as a shelf model. The only difference in this Baker 4366 is that it does not have the show engravings on the roof of the cab. This sandcast model's  muffler and decals come with the tractor, along with the box.

In 1974 this 12 bottom plow and 4366 were on display at Expo 74, (the World's Fair) in Spokane, Wa.(picture from Bleedinred)

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