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NOTE: All Inquires about Classic Inlines should be directed to Vintage Inlines. Classic Inlines is no longer in operation. There is a site with the same name that is not associated/affiliated in any manner with fordsix.com or vintageinlines.com. This page is for historical purposes only. If...
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When Ford introduced the Mustang in April of 1964, the base powerplant was the Falcon's 170ci six with 101 horsepower and 156 lb-ft of torque. Later that year, in August, Ford updated the Mustang's engine line-up with the seven main bearing 200ci six as standard equipment. Both the 170 and 200ci...
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Published in Legendary Ford's July/August 2008 issue. The inline six by design will produce more torque pound for pound than a V8. The reason is simple; a V8 spins the crankshaft 90 degrees for each stroke, while the inline six turns the crank 120 degrees between strokes. This means for every...
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