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I'm having problems Identifying an engine in my 1962 Ford 250 Truck. It has C4AE (high riser heads). I think its either a 406/410/427/428. Its a big FE engine. What were the available ford engine options for a 1962 truck???
I have just broke the block down and it turns (the flywheel) so its not blown. The heads are high riser and look good. I see a casting on the front of the block that reads C7ME-A. When I removed the flywheel I see the typical 352 number with the number 25 along side of it. I measured the bore and it looks to be 4 and a 1/8 which looks like a 390 to me.
The serial number for the truck is F25JR232463 Model F250 Trans Axle F 26. When I removed the flywheel I saw a casting number 352 with a 16 right above it. There is a C7ME-A casting on the bottom of the block. I measured a 4 1/16 bore and a 3 5/8 Stroke. I think its a 390. Does that make sense???
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