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« Reply #15 on: May 13, 2011, 12:28:14 pm »

      Before you shoot me down you better conferm your information, You are correct on the date it wa s 1973. If you want confermation of why it was built go to Clevelands forever and type in FMX 400 block. I got my info from the Pantara club and have no reason not to beleave it.
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« Reply #16 on: May 13, 2011, 02:06:35 pm »

     Before you shoot me down you better conferm your information, You are correct on the date it wa s 1973. If you want confermation of why it was built go to Clevelands forever and type in FMX 400 block. I got my info from the Pantara club and have no reason not to beleave it.

I'm not trying to shoot you down, and many owners of Pantera's have retrofitted built 'FMX' 400's...  however, I don't believe they were meant for the Pantera.  Plus, if I'm not mistaken, the Pantera only came with the ZF 5-speed, and an FMX was never available. 

Of course, with Ford...  You never know.  LOL
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« Reply #17 on: May 13, 2011, 04:02:21 pm »

I was at the auto parts store the other day, and a guy was there that said he had a 1985 Ford Motorhome that was equipped with a 351M/400...  and it had a 4bbl!

Does anybody know if this is a possibility?  I do know that vans/motorhomes often lag behind the first line trucks, but a 351M/400 AND a 4bbl???   He seemed pretty legit, and was putting the engine in a bronco with 2-1/2 ton military axles. 


IIRC, it's probably a 460,  which was one of two engines offered in the E450 cab and chassis,
the other was the 6.9L diesel...

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