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  1. Engine displacements remained 200 and 250 c.i., but were now badged 3.3 and 4.1 litres, respectively. These engines were offered in the Ford Falcon XC in Australia. Whereas the previous integral "log head" I-6 motor borrowed from the Ford FE engine family design, the new crossflow motor borrowed from the Ford 351 Cleveland engine family.

    • 1941 - 1996 (US), 1960 - 2016 (AUS), 1961 - 1995 (ARG)
    • Cast iron, Aluminium (Australia, 1980-2016)
    • 144
    • 170
    • 200
    • 250

    The 144 cu in (2.4 L) engine was first introduced in the 1960 Ford Falcon. The 144 was made from 1960 through 1964 and averaged 90 hp (67 kW) during the production run. While not known for being powerful or a stout engine, it proved to be economical and could get fairly good gas mileage for the time (up to 25-30mpg). This small six was the basis for all the Ford "Falcon" straight six engines. The intake manifold on this series of engine was cast integrally with the cylinder head (this design was also used by Chevrolet with their third generation inline six); as a result, they could not be easily modified for greater power. This engine had four main bearings and can be identified by the three freeze (core) plugs on the side of the block. This engine was used on: 1. 1960 - 1964 Ford Falcon 2. 1960 - 1964 Ford Ranchero 3. 1960 - 1964 Comet 4. 1961 - 1964 Ford E-Series

    In 1961 the 170 cu in (2.8 L) became an option for the Falcon line. The original 1964½ Ford Mustang used a 101 hp (75 kW) version. The Econoline van and Ford Bronco received a heavier duty version with mechanical valve lifters. This engine had four main bearings and can be identified by the three freeze (core) plugs on the side of the block. The 170 was dropped from production in 1972.

    The 200 cu in (3.3 L) was introduced in the middle of 1963. The 1965 Mustang used this engine as standard with 120 hp (89 kW). The Mustang continued to use the 200 as its base engine until it was dropped in 1971. The 200 was used in the Maverick, and continued on in the Fairmont until the Fairmont was retired at the end of the 1983 model year. Its re-skinned replacement, the LTD, used the engine for another year until it was replaced by the 3.8L Essex V6. The 200 engine had four main bearings at introduction through 1964 and can be identified by three freeze (core) plugs on the side of the block. All 1965 and later 200 CID engines were upgraded to seven main bearings to increase its durability. The 1965 and later engine can be identified by 5 freeze (core) plugs on the side of the block. The 4-cylinder Ford HSC enginewas based on the 200.

    The 250 cu in (4.1 L) straight six was an engine option offered in 1969 in the Mustang and 1970 in medium sized Ford cars(Maverick). Output was 155 hp (115 kW) in the Mustang, and became the base engine in 1971. Power was down to 98 hp (73 kW) for 1972 and just 88 hp (66 kW) the next year. The last year of production for the 250 was 1980. This engine had seven main bearings and can be identified by the five freeze (core) plugs on the side of the block. The block uses a low mount starter and six bellhousing bolts sharing its bellhousing with the Windsor V-8s 302-351W, late (1965-68) 289, 351 Cleveland, modular V-8s (4.6-5.4), and the 240-300 CID Ford Six.

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  3. The Ford 223 inline 6 cylinder engine was first introduced in 1954 and was simply a larger version of the Ford 215 six cylinder that was offered two years earlier. The maximum amount of production horsepower that the Ford 223 would ever see was from 1958 to 1960 when the engine produced 145 bhp.

  4. Engine displacements remained 200 and 250 c.i., but were now badged 3.3 and 4.1 litres, respectively. These engines were offered in the Ford Falcon XC in Australia. Whereas the previous integral "log head" I-6 motor borrowed from the Ford FE engine family design, the new crossflow motor borrowed from the Ford 351 Cleveland engine family.

  5. In 1954, The Hudson flat-head 6 cylinder outperformed all overhead V-8s including Chrysler Hemi. It won 27 out of 29 Grand National Races. clifford performance

  6. Feb 25, 2008 · Wikipedia lists the following engines as having been used in various years with the Fourth generation (1961–1966) F series trucks: * 1961-1964 - 223 in³ (3.7 L) straight-6 * 1961-1964 - 292 in³ (4.8 L) Y-block V8 * 1965-1966 - 240 in³ (3.9 L) straight-6 * 1965-1966 - 300 in³ (4.9 L) straight-6 * 1965-1966 - 352 in³ (5.8 L ...

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