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what size engine?

Going through some parts catalogs for the 62 F100. It is showing three different engine sizes for the I6. O'reillys lists the engine as the 3.7L. Rock Auto gives me the options of the 3.6L and 4.1L. Were there different engine's for these trucks? And how are they figuring these sizes considering that they didn't use "liters" as a measurement system for these trucks in the 60's.
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1962 F100 was available with the 223 1V I-6, 262 1V I-6 & 292 2V V8.

1962 Econolines were available with the 144 1V I-6 & 170 1V I-6.
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How would I be able to tell which one mine is? Vin #? Numbers on the engine?
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The 4th character in warrenty # is engine code. Proably "J" witch is 223 cid inline 6.
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The 4th character in warrenty # is engine code. Proably "J" witch is 223 cid inline 6.
and thats if it is the same engine, remember that these trucks arent just a little old and parts (also engines) get swaped out.
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How would I be able to tell which one mine is? Vin #? Numbers on the engine?
The 4th digit of the VIN is the engine code.

B = 262 I-6 / C = 292 2V V8 / J = 223 I-6.
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