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donaw33
    
Was a 351 an option on a 1969 Mustang?
Winsor or Cleveland.
Mach 1 or Fastback.
posted: February 19, 2008
 
    
 
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moparmadman
    
yes
posted:  February 21, 2008
   
 
70mustangmach1
    
"What about the 351? Very little is said about its performance potential when compared to the 428. However, the 351 was the meat-and-potatoes engine that bore the brunt of the commuter responsibility. When the new-for-'69 351 Windsor came out, it was a welcome "upgrade" from the 302 4V of the '68 GT. It also was largely in response to the 350 that was available with the Camaro. With a 1-inch-taller deck height, it was something more than the 302 it replaced, but shared many commonalities.

A year later, the Windsor took a back seat to the new '70 351 Cleveland. The canted valve engine was a departure from the small-block design that had debuted in 1962 as a 221-cid 2V. It boasted more power than the 351 Windsor and developed a well-deserved reputation for performance."
sources: Pulled this from Mustang Monthly Magazine.
posted:  March 4, 2008
   
 
valensage48
    
Hey 70mustangmach1. Wasn't the hi-torch of the cleveland where the phrase "4-bolt main" came from?
posted:  April 5, 2008
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datsundude
    
To answer the original question, YES!
posted:  July 10, 2009
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