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Old 08-21-2010, 03:46 PM
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Help with Ford 300 six engine ID

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I need help with identifying my Ford 300 six. The casting number reads;
E 1TE 6015 AA on the passenger side of the block. It also has a stamped number on the front of the engine next to the water pump that reads 20231 if that means anything. Thanks for your help.

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It's a 1981 probably a truck engine. And the 300 6cyl is a great engine. JMO


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truck engine

its a truck engine for sure, been looking to buy one to rebuild for a project but they are expencive here .
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I'm using this one in a "Yard Art Rod". I have a intake manifold set up for three Holley 94's, very custom headers, three speed manual, feeding a 8 inch rear. Body is 1927 Chrysler 4 door with 1930 Ford "Briggs" Model A cowling mated to the front doors. Fun build so far.... I tried to post pics but haven't been able to yet.
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