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Hello,

Just picked this up yesterday and I'm new to the old school truck scene so looking forward to getting some advice and tips as I try to fix things.

Previous owner (2nd owner) said it has a 390 FE big block which I have no clue if true and that it was originally a FMX but now has a C6 auto.

The speedo does not work so I need to tackle this first so I know how fast im going :)
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Sorry but doesn't look like I can post pictures?
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Central Florida welcomes you to the club. Below is a how-to video to check the engine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-VR1jLFreE
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Let's see if this works?
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Thanks for the link I will see if I can try to figure it out.
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I like it. Looks good in the garage next to that Mustang.
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I like it. Looks good in the garage next to that Mustang.
Thanks! I always wanted a old ford truck now I just need to learn as I go.
There is not many youtube videos on these F250 unlike the mustangs.

Do you have any other links to how to videos for these trucks?
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https://www.fordification.com/tech/VIN67.htm

According to the VIN, that's a 352 engine with a 3.73 open rear and 3 speed automatic. From what I can find, the only automatic the F250 had in 1967 was the C4, not FMX.

2003 F-150 XL RCSB 2wd 4.2 5 speed 3.55 LS

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According to the VIN, that's a 352 engine with a 3.73 open rear and 3 speed automatic. From what I can find, the only automatic the F250 had in 1967 was the C4, not FMX.
Thank you good to know.
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The guy who made that video I sent has a handful of good videos on those trucks. thunderhead289 is his youtube handle


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