here's your decode, you have a 66 model. nothing strange if the title say's 67 tho, lots of states and provincial registries titled them as the first year they were registered. mine is a 61, titled as a 60.
that is also a real canadian truck, most of them were merc's but a few were titled and sold as fords.
must have been either a company, military, or other government truck when new with the special order code.
E10 = Econoline pickup
F = 170 engine
H = Lorain Ohio assembly plant
766771 = October 1965 serial number (1966 model)
090 = wheelbase
J = Rangoon Red paint
E102 = 1 ton pickup (heavy duty model)
5 = red standard interior
87 = pickup model
C = 3 speed transmission
12 = 4.11:1 heavy duty axle (9 inch)
4930 = 1 ton GVW
89 at 3800 = certified net HP at RPM
B1 = Canada Lincoln Mercury Central sales district
6645 = special order number