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Old 10-16-2015, 12:25 AM   #1
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Any comments or advice for me re: the Ford 460 / 7.5L V8 EFI engine from 1995?

It would be in an older Class C. I'd keep my campervan for sure but think we might get some enjoyment out of a larger unit that doesn't cost much to purchase.
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I had great luck with mine in an extended crew cab/4wd/dually pick up. Sold at 195000 miles, never had a single issue I can remember (on the engine). It got 8 miles to the gallon whether it was empty, or pulling a house trailer. The most powerful vehicle I've ever owned.
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Thanks Scott.
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