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    Prideandufc Guest

    Unhappy Please help me id this engine?

    Hey guys I just bought a 49 ford f1. and dont ask me why it came with a chevy inline 6cyl and a turbo 350 trans. But my question is I want to convert this from a monojet carb to a fuel injected system? what parts do I need to accomplish this? any help or direction would be greatly appreciated. Here is the pic of the engine that I cannot seem to pin point EXCACTLY what year or displacement it is. (my guess is a 250 maybe 1966???)
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