Re: Engine identification help
The 352 was used in Ford cars and light trucks, never heard of it being used as a tractor motor. Some may have been used for Fork lift, utility vehicles and other industrial uses. It was originally manufactured in 1958 and used up to 1966 in cars and 1967 in light trucks. The original block started out as a 332, then 352, 360, 390, 406, 410, 427 and 428 cubic in blocks. Different bore and stroke combinations were used to obtain more cube size. Minor casting changes were made for the bigger cubes for high performance & racing etc, but the block retained its basic design. These engine blocks were refered to as the FE block (Ford Engineering) One way to tell if its the FE series the sides of the intake manifold appear as part of the head.