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Manufactured from the late 1950s through the mid-1970s, Ford FE engines served as the large-displacement drivers in the Ford lineup. With the FE standing for “Ford Edsel,” these engines were designed to increase displacement over the earlier Y-Block engines. As the model grew, the FE performed admirably as a heavy passenger car and light truck engine—as well as became quite accomplished in performance circles.
Fabricated in America from quality cast iron, the new Edelbrock engine blocks are built to last—and are the same ones the company uses to build its own crate engines.
Available for both small-block and big-block applications, these Edelbrock engine blocks are the perfect starting point for any Chevy high-performance engine.
- Precision cast and machined in America.
- For big-block and small-block Chevy applications.
- Quality cast iron to Edelbrock