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    please help what engine? 1960 ford f100

     



    hey guys

    i am trying to sell my old 1960 ford f100 truck. can someone confirm that it is a 292 engine?

    here is a video of the truck where you could see the engine near the end of the video. I also posted a picture. Thanks! Appreciated!

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6ut211xA40
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    Looks like one; not sure what other cubic inches were available in that series.
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    It is a Y-block. If it is the factory engine it's a 292, but over the last half century a lot could have happened! Those engines were built in many CID's......239,256,272,292, and 312.

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