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Yesterday 11:04 PM
496CHEVY3100 Very interesting ,,some of you might want to read this

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_FE_engine
Yesterday 10:58 PM
496CHEVY3100 FE/FT engine displacements


Displacement

Type

Bore+0.0036/-0.0000

Stroke+/-0.004

330 cu in (5.4 L) FT 3.8750 in (98.43 mm) 3.500 in (88.9 mm)
332 cu in (5.4 L) FE 4.0000 in (101.60 mm) 3.300 in (83.8 mm)
352 cu in (5.8 L) FE 4.0000 in (101.60 mm) 3.500 in (88.9 mm)
359 cu in (5.9 L) FT 4.0500 in (102.87 mm) 3.500 in (88.9 mm)
360 cu in (5.9 L) FE 4.0500 in (102.87 mm) 3.500 in (88.9 mm)
361 cu in (5.9 L) FE 4.0500 in (102.87 mm) 3.500 in (88.9 mm)
361 cu in (5.9 L) FT 4.0500 in (102.87 mm) 3.500 in (88.9 mm)
389 cu in (6.4 L) FT 4.0500 in (102.87 mm) 3.784 in (96.1 mm)
390 cu in (6.4 L) FE 4.0500 in (102.87 mm) 3.784 in (96.1 mm)
391 cu in (6.4 L) FT 4.0500 in (102.87 mm) 3.786 in (96.2 mm)
396 cu in (6.5 L) FE 4.2328 in (107.51 mm) 3.514 in (89.3 mm)
406 cu in (6.7 L) FE 4.1300 in (104.90 mm) 3.784 in (96.1 mm)
410 cu in (6.7 L) FE 4.0500 in (102.87 mm) 3.984 in (101.2 mm)
427 cu in (7.0 L) FE 4.2328 in (107.51 mm) 3.784 in (96.1 mm)
428 cu in (7.0 L) FE 4.1300 in (104.90 mm) 3.984 in (101.2 mm)

The Ford FE engine is a Ford V8 engine used in vehicles sold in the North American market between 1958 and 1976. A related engine, the Ford FT engine, was used in medium and heavy trucks from 1964 through 1978. The FE filled the need for a larger displacement motor than the "Y" block could accommodate.

"FE" is an acronym for 'Ford-Edsel'.[1] Versions of the FE line designed for use in trucks and school buses were known as "FT", an acronym for 'Ford-truck',[2] and differed primarily by having steel (instead of nodular iron) crankshafts, larger crank snouts, different distributor shafts, different water pumps and a greater use of iron for its parts.


Inever knew what FE designation meant,, my guess 58 Edsel
Yesterday 09:57 AM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by 7nomad8 View Post
332 ci.and was used in wagons 265 bhp W/automatic trans
Nope.

BB
Yesterday 09:56 AM
7nomad8 332 ci.and was used in wagons 265 bhp W/automatic trans
Yesterday 09:46 AM
boothboy Ford introduced it's FE Series engines in 1958. By the time they were phased out the ranged from 332ci to 428 ci.

What was the first application for the FE and what ci. displacement?

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Yesterday 09:22 AM
7nomad8 You got it. your turn now.
Yesterday 08:14 AM
boothboy !958 was the last year for Packard. The Packard name had been acquired by Studebaker in late 1956. 57-58 Packards were just warmed -over restyled Studebaker Presidents with Packard drivelines.

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Yesterday 06:29 AM
7nomad8 OK here goes.
When did Packard die? What was the last year for Packard and in what company's factory was it made?
Yesterday 06:13 AM
idrivejunk
Quote:
Originally Posted by 7nomad8 View Post
Looks like a 40-41 Graham.
Yes! Its your turn
Yesterday 06:13 AM
idrivejunk That phrase was indeed used more than once!

7nomad8 got it

1940 Graham Hollywood-

Yesterday 05:59 AM
496CHEVY3100 Studebaker also used Americas smartest car in the 50s cant get ad to print, ,but Desoto/Chrysler used it in 1938
Yesterday 05:52 AM
7nomad8 Looks like a 40-41 Graham.
Yesterday 05:52 AM
496CHEVY3100 Regress Press -Desoto Chrysler 1938 - Desoto - America's Smartest Low-Priced Car
Yesterday 05:41 AM
idrivejunk Sorry, that's not it. Dragonoake sent a PM with the correct answer about an hour after I posted.
Yesterday 05:12 AM
496CHEVY3100 Tucker ??? but doors look Cord
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