I for one don't speak spanish, portugese or any native dialects and doubt chile or argentina has stockpiles of ford heavy truck parts laying around ready to ship to North America. Ford built them in a plant in down there.
1960 F800 Super Duty Crew Cab dually pick-up, 1978 F600 superbronco, 2002 Excursion 7.3, two 1979 broncos.
First off, Spanish won't do you any good, Brazilians speak Portugese! I don't know what they are using under the hood of those things now, but Brazilian medium duty F trucks had 292 Y-Blocks in them until the mid-70's! Ford of Brazil did redesign the cylinder heads on their 292's, came up with something similar to a Windsor head. Brazil is full of surprises, they also built the '67-'72 F-100's until the 80's. But, before you try to go down there and collect one, they used the Pinto 2.3L OHC 4 cylinder under the hood. Guess they have a lot of time to get where they are going in Rio.......
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