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Old 01-15-2005, 01:22 AM
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new to the ford family never heard of these monster engines

hey was just wondering was size of a truck would the 477 or 534 come in i've never heard of these huge motors, i'd bet if anyone has hicked one of these in to an f250-350 you'd have one hell of a hot rod
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These are HEAVY truck engines from the early '60s. Monster torque, low HP, and did I mention HUGE and HEAVY. Fuggetaboutit..
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