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Ford Dorset 6D question for cdmn

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09-06-2017 10:32:05

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Hello, I have a Ford Dorset 6D engine that I am planning on installing in my 1975 Ford F-250.

The trouble I am Having is sourcing a bell housing to mate this engine to a transmission. I see in the photo gallery that user "cdmn" posted a picture of an engine like this with a transmission mounted to it.
If cdmn, or anyone has any information about this I would greatly appreciate it.



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09-11-2017 14:31:26

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 Re: Ford Dorset 6D question for cdmn in reply to bloewen, 09-06-2017 10:32:05  
I don't know where mine originally came from, but probably from a 1963-66 Ford truck or school bus. Model N6000, for example. They used both 4 cyl and 6 cyl engines. Both old-fashioned 4 speed and a New Process 5 speed transmission was used. Much more widely available in Great Britain.

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Gary from Iowa

09-06-2017 17:02:10

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 Re: Ford Dorset 6D question for cdmn in reply to bloewen, 09-06-2017 10:32:05  
Do a goggle search for "Ford Dorset 6D engine". There is a lot of information for applications with part numbers. Some info provided states 330 cu in, 100 hp, 160 lb torque @ 1500 rpm, etc

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