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10-09-2003 04:09 PM
5ohchevy thanks fellas it is a 4 barrel ill have him check the #s
10-09-2003 05:47 AM
woodz428 Goat is right, but the only 4 bbl you could get in '74 was the HO (it was the same as the CJ engine that proceeded it). If it's a 4bbl ,it's got some good stuff in it. The '74, while having the big ports, did have a valve size reduction to those of the 2bbl.
10-08-2003 09:32 PM
Grusome Goat Yes Ford did have a 351-C in 74. Have him looka the heads and see it there is a 2 or 4 on the upper front corners. If either of those numbers are there then it is definitly a Cleveland. In fact Ford built the 351CJ up untill 74 with was a high output 4barrel Cleveland engine, but these are very scarce today, so finding one would make any Ford lover feel like he found the Holy Grail.

Yes Ford did have a 351-C in 74. Have him looka the heads and see it there is a 2 or 4 on the upper front corners. If either of those numbers are there then it is definitly a Cleveland. In fact Ford built the 351CJ up untill 74 with was a high output 4barrel Cleveland engine, but these are very scarce today, so finding one would make any Ford lover feel like he found the Holy Grail.
10-08-2003 09:21 PM
bud-23 I had a 72 with the 351-C and a C-6. It was a nice combination. You might want to write the casting # off the block, heads. and intake. A good machine shop will have the casting book and any cross reference manual to help you out. Good luck, Bud.
10-08-2003 08:38 PM
BOBCRMAN@aol.com Possibly a 351M or 400M, I'm not really a Ford man on this subject, (I have lots of Fords but they have GM engines) but most of the mid 70's Fords that come into the shop are M's
10-08-2003 08:27 PM
5ohchevy
351 clevland 1974 ranchero

a friend of mine found a 74 ranchero with a 351 cleveland 9in rear the body is rotten but the motor fired up his question is did they put a 351 cleveland in a ranchero in 74 he thinks they stopped usein them in 72 anyone have any ideas and maybe how he could find out what that car might be worth ballpark thanks

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