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Old 08-28-2007, 01:29 AM
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Exclamation trade a 360 for a 460?

anyone intrested in trading a running 460 for a top shape 360 out of a 70 250 feel free to call me @ 607-639-1105 the closer to binghamton the better oh my name is will and one more question the stock trans in a 70 f250 camperspecial is a c6 right and will a 460 bolt right to my trans??? thanx
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Old 08-28-2007, 01:35 AM
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also that 4:10.1 dayna 60 rear has to go so if ya have a 373 dayna 60 rear ya wanna swap buzz me also
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The 360 and 460 have different bell housing bolt pattern. You would need a 351C, 351M, 400 or 460 transmission.
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I don't want a 360, but I'll give you a real good deal on a pretty fresh 460. The engine got flooded but we drained it and got it running again right away. It's since been pulled out of the truck. I rebuilt the engine - complete with new pistons about 5,000 miles ago. If I needed one - I'd seriously look at this engine. It came out of my 87 F350, it got the good heads on them - don't know the casting numbers though. The engine is in Conlkin, NY.
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