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Old 10-28-2005, 10:31 PM
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292 motor block

i just got a 1964 Ford F-100 it has the 292 motor. the guy i got it from said it was a Ford cosmo motor. is there such a thing as a cosmo? the guy had rebuilt it, but not short after two push rod went throught the cyilinder and out the side of the motor. dose any one know where i could find a new block for it, that dose not cost to much.
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What's your location? I have a few 292 and 312 blocks and misc. parts. Ebay is another good source for parts if shipping location is close.

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I've not heard of a 292 cosmo. Maybe cosmo has something to do with the rebuilder.
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Maybe he meant Ford moco. FoMoCo - short for Ford Motor Company.
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i live in wisconsin. how much would a block cost?
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A complete engine in a boneyard should run $100-250. Ive bought complete running but rotted out trucks for $100, several were 312 swaps.
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