Ford Van Engine

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The Ford E-Series, was a line of full-size vans introduced in 1961 as a compact van and its descendants are still produced today.

The Dodge Ram Van, the Mercedes-Benz van with turbo diesel engine, Chevrolet Corvair 95 and Volkswagen Type 2 were competing models. However the Dodge Van and Chevy Van were the biggest competitors.

1961–1967 First generation

The first E-Series in 1961 had a 144 CID 6-cylinder engine with a 3-speed manual transmission. Later models had a 170 CID or 240 CID engines with a 3 speed manual or automatic transmission.

1969–1974 Second generation

The Second Generation Ford E-Series was unveiled with the engine in the front under a short hood. This E-Series was now available with a V8 engine, other options available were the 240 CID (3.9 L) I6, 300 CID (4.9 L) I6 and the 302 CID (4.9 L) with 3 speed manual or automatic transmission.

1975–1991 Third generation

For sixteen years, this generation of the Econoline continued nearly unchanged. The changes in engine ranged from 300 CID I6, 302 CID Windsor V8, 351 CID Windsor V8, 460 CID 385 V8, 6.9 L Navistar diesel V8 and 7.3 L Navistar diesel V8, transmission options were 3-speed and 4-speed manual and automatic.

1992–present Fourth generation

For the first time since inception, the E-Series underwent an exterior redesign for the 1992 model year. As before, the powertrain consisted of a 4.9 L inline six, 5.0, 5.8, and 7.5 liter V8 engines, or a 7.3 L diesel V8.

In 1997 only the 7.3 L diesel remained from the year before. A 4.2 L Essex V6 replaced the 300 inline-6 and the 7.5 L/460 V8 was replaced by a 6.8 L Triton V10. The 5.0L/302 and 5.8L/351 Windsor V8s were replaced by 4.6 L and 5.4 L Triton V8s, respectively

In 2004 the 7.3 L Power Stroke diesel was replaced and with the new 6.0 L Power Stroke with more power than the 7.3. In 2006, the 6.8 L Triton V10 produced 305 hp (227 kW; 309 PS) and 420 lb·ft (311 N·m) torque, 235/440 for the diesel.