GM’s 396/375hp engine, first appeared in the 1965 Chevelle SS, ending with the L34 , L78 & 402 versions it is an interesting R&D story
The Boss 429 V8 was available in production cars for only 2 years, but its impact on Ford’s performance lasted decades.
351’ refers to engine size, but in 3 major versions -Windsor, Cleveland, & Modified the final pushrod V8s designed by Ford.
Although the 337 is a V8 flathead, very few parts from the 59A or 8BA engines are interchangeable
The “351M/400” referenced the engine family, and some confused this with the engine name.
Squeeze Play: What you need to know to fit Ford’s Coyote modular V-8 into your vintage Mustang Mark Houlahan Tech Editor, Mustang Monthly July 6, 2015 Pushrod engines can be so 20th century. Ford hasn’t produced a production engine with a cam-in-block design that actuates the valves via pushrods and rocker arms since 2001…