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What Is This Bellhousing?c7ta 7505

I Know It Is Out Of A 67 Bronco Etc But I Dont Know What Motor It Bolts Up 2 I Think It Is 4 A Fe Series It Came With A 184 Tooth Flywheel And 12'' Pressure Plate

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Re: What Is This Bellhousing?c7ta 7505

According to the Casting Number it is definately from a 1967 Ford Bronco.Here is a Picture of a FE Manual Bellhousing that I think is from a 1961 Australian Delivery Custom 300 Wagon.Hopefully it is useful for a refferance to compare where the bolts holes are on yours and help to identify it...Goodluck !!!
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thanks mate i think it is pretty close .



what other v8 motors did the 67 bronco come out with other than the windsor and fe?
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The thing with those is...I'm pretty sure that the 1967 Bronco also come out with the 240ci and 300ci 6 Cylinder Engines.These 6 Cylinder Engines are unlike the 250ci 6 Cylinders and have an interchangable bellhousing with 6-Bolt Windsor and Clevelands.So if it's not of an FE,It could be for a Windsor or 240ci/300ci 6 Cylinder Engine.
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