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rick1963
    
What factory engine would likely be in the 1969 F-100 I am planning to buy
 
posted: October 20, 2009
 
    
 
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fordtruckguy
    
Engines available on the 69 F100 were as follows:
Standard - 240 cid 6 cylinder - 150 hp
Optional - 300 cid 6 cylinder - 170 hp
Optional - 390 cid V8 - one rated at 315 hp and the other at 335 hp
posted:  October 20, 2009
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grumpyoldman
    
240 CID Straight-6 1967-72 150 hp
300 CID Straight-6 1967-72 170 hp
360 CID FE V8 1968-72 215 hp
390 CID FE V8 1968-72 255 hp
302 CID Windsor V8 1969-72 205 hp

Here a good site for information:

http://www.fordification.com/index.php

Good Luck with your new (old) truck.
sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_F-Series#Fifth_generation_.281967.E2.80.931972.29
posted:  October 20, 2009
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