Ford Big-Block Parts Interchange 9781613253441
Ford Big-Block Parts Interchange 9781613253441

Ford Big-Block Parts Interchange

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Ford Big-Block

Parts Interchange

Livre / Workshop en anglais de George Reid

Expanding from the previous edition of High-Performance Ford Parts Interchange that covered both small- and big-block engines in one volume, this book cuts out the small-block information and devotes every page to the MEL, FE and 385 series big-blocks from Ford, which allows for more complete and extensive coverage.

Pages : 144

Publisher : CarTech

ISBN : 9781613257371

 

Ford Big-Block

Parts Interchange

Livre / Workshop en anglais de George Reid

Expanding from the previous edition of High-Performance Ford Parts Interchange that covered both small- and big-block engines in one volume, this book cuts out the small-block information and devotes every page to the MEL, FE and 385 series big-blocks from Ford, which allows for more complete and extensive coverage.

Pages : 144

Size : 8.5 X 11 (inches)

Format : Paperback / softback

Illustrations : 409 b/w photos

Publisher : CarTech

ISBN : 9781613257371

The FE engine was a design pioneered in the late 1950s, primarily as a more powerful replacement for the dated Y-block design because cars were becoming bigger and heavier, and therefore, necessitated more power to move. 

What started as torquey engines meant to move heavyweight sedans morphed into screaming high-performance mills that won Le Mans and drag racing championships through the 1960s. 

By the late 1960s, the design was dated, so Ford replaced the FE design with the “385” series, also known as the “Lima” design, which was more similar to the canted-valve Cleveland design being pioneered at the same time. 

It didn't share the 1960s pedigree of racing success, but the new design was better in almost every way; it exists via Ford motorsports offerings to this day.

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