TROY, MI – International Truck and Engine Corp. will produce in 2005 a V-6 diesel engine derived from the successful Power Stroke V-8 diesel it currently builds for Ford Motor Co. International will produce a 4.5L V-6 derived from the 6L Power Stroke diesel it builds for Ford. The V-6 was at the center of a recent dispute between International and Ford regarding the investment cost of International’s plant in Huntsville, AL, which will build the new V-6. (See related story: ...

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