|1966 FORD 3.3 L - 1969 FORD 200 ENGINE -- BIG/SMALL BLOCK (Part #: FOR-200LB-5) Description|
66-69 Ford 3.3L # 200 engine in both large and small engine block configurations, engine cores, cylinder heads for all your repair, replacement and/or upgrade needs can be sourced and supplied right here from one trusted industry leader that always puts quality first!
A quick-glance overview of the technical specifications of a sample Ford 200 engine, belies its still, reliable power and performance delivery:
Description: L6, 3.3 L, 200 CID Engine
Without smog, 1 1/2" carburetor throat.
Engine Size: 3.3 L, 200 CID
Engine Type L6
Fuel Type Gasoline
Fuel Delivery Carburetor
Aspiration Non Turbo
Head Casting C6DE-A C7DE-A
Block Casting C6DE-A
Vehicle applications would include:
* 1966 - 1967 Ford Ranch Wagon
* 1965 - 1967 Ford Mustang
* 1965 - 1967 Ford Ranchero
* 1965 - 1967 Ford Country Sedan
* 1965 - 1967 Ford Country Squire
* 1965 Ford Falcon Sedan Delivery
* 1965 - 1967 Ford Fairlane
* 1965 - 1967 Ford Falcon
Six cylinder of straight six Ford engine configuration and family, that includes an overhead valve internal combustion engine configuration that is actually one in which the entry and exit valves and ports are contained in the cylinder head, primarily for car use. The Ford motor company introduced this straight 6 type engine configuration back in 1906 already, in the first Model-T. They continued producing straight 6 engines until they were replaced in the mid-1990s by more compact V6 designs. The Ford 200 engine model, is part of what is known as the third generation Falcon Six engine family. They were produced in 1960-1984. Also referred to as 'thrift-power' it says it all! This is a great descriptor of the main characteristics of these willing power plants.
Here are some more quick-facts about this robust Ford 200 engine:
* The 200 in? (3.3 L) was introduced in the middle of 1963.
* The 1965 Ford Mustang came standard with a 200 in? (3.3 L) that produced 120 hp (89 kW).
* The Mustang continued to use the 200 as its base engine until it was dropped in 1971.
* The 200 reappeared as the middle engine in the 1979 Mustang, now producing 94 hp (70 kW). This was the base engine again on the 1980 pony, but was dumped in 1983.
* The last year of production for the 200 was 1984.
* The 4-cylinder Ford HSC engine was based on (and generally replaced) the 200.
** NOTE: A Core deposit will be charged separately and will be refunded to customers upon delivery of the old engine or cylinder head. We recommend you contact your local salvage yard first -- they may buy the core from you.
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