The Mercury line-up only uses a 410 (6.7 L) FE engine from 1966 through ’67. The 410 combines the 4.05 inch bore of the 390 with the 3.98 inch (101.09 mm) stroke and a 10.5:1 compression ratio of the 428 which comes into production for 1966 as well. The 427 cu in (7.0 L) FE engine was a top
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When the design engineers have an end view of the new long-skirted block as it sits on an engine stand, it looks like a capitol letter “Y” and so the name sticks. Ford maintains the overhead valve “Y” engine is a big improvement over the less refined flathead, but this replacement is only the
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The only engine offered in the “T”- Bird for 1962 is the 390 which develops 300 hp (220 kW) and is bolted to the three speed automatic transmission. The car was used to pace the Indianapolis race in ’62 and a Thunderbird convertible also carried John F. Kennedy to his inauguration that year. The options
The Ford Motors V8 engine series FE & FT 1 & 2 Generation 2 of 4 G1 engines cont… Beginning on September–04, 1957 the all-new 1958 Edsel is for sale to the public and it is powered by the also brand new FE 361 (5.9 L) engine. These latest innovations in Ford technology are unveiled with much fanfare two
Almost every Ford automobile brand beginning in 1958 and for the next 18 years has a model powered by the Ford FE engine. The FE was immediately popular on NASCAR circuits, but in order to qualify, according to 1960’s era rules, the engine must be in a minimum of 500 vehicles and sold at the retail
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