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1944 MB Renton, WA **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3000

“Wedding and new home forces sale of my toy. This jeep is in very good condition. I recently put a 4″ lift and brand new 33×13.5 Super Swampers on it. It has a Ford straight six in it with a 3spd and 538 gears so it gets along well. I believe the engine is a 200 out of an early 60’s Ford. Runs, drives, and has collector vehicle license plate so it never needs license/tabs. Title in hand. I will try to post some pictures soon, but I am hoping someone will save me the trouble. Joe”

 

2 Comments on “1944 MB Renton, WA **SOLD**

  1. Anonymous

    240 CID maybe…..Never heard of a 200 six cylinder ford either. Most common is a 300 six, but some of the early ones are 240.

    Mitch

  2. mmdeilers Post author

    Well, turns out Ford did make a 6 cyl 200 .. The 200 CID (3.3 L) was introduced in the middle of 1963. The 1965 Mustang used this engine as standard with 120 hp (89 kW). The Mustang continued to use the 200 as its base engine until it was dropped in 1971. The 200 was used in the Maverick, and continued on in the Fairmont until the Fairmont was retired at the end of the 1983 model year. This engine had four main bearings at introduction through 1964 and can be idemtified by three freeze (core) plugs on the side of the block. All 1965 and later 200 CID engines were upgraded to seven main bearings to increase its durability. The 1965 and later engine can be identified by 5 freeze (core) plugs on the side of the block.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Straight-6_engine

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