Ford crate engines can be purchased from a number of dealers, including both online and brick-and-mortar sellers. You can find a list of authorized dealers on the Ford Performance webpage. More »

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New flathead crate engines are no longer available from Ford. Motor City Speed Equipment in Michigan manufactures a newly engineered block, and specialists such as H & H Flatheads and Flathead City, both in California, s... More »

Jegs carries crate engines, including the Ford Racing M6007-A50SC engine for the Ford Mustang GT, the Edelbrock/Musi 555 RPM XT EFI crate engine, and Edelbrock's E-Street Long Block crate engine. Jegs also offers top bra... More »

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Chevrolet turn-key crate engines are available directly from authorized Chevrolet crate engine dealers, as well as some independent auto parts sellers. Chevrolet maintains a dealer locator on its website so buyers can ea... More »

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Ford Flathead V-8 engines were extensively used in automobiles, farm equipment and industrial applications and are likely to be available through scrap yards or parts sellers that specialize in 1930s to 1950s-era parts. ... More »

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Jasper Engines and Transmissions, CrateEnginesForSale.com and Accurate Engines have 5.4-liter Ford Triton replacement crate engines available. Pricing, core charges, warranties and installation coordination and assistanc... More »

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Ford owners can find the motor identification number of most engines under the coil attaching bolts. The number is a code that describes the vehicle's design, model year, production date, engineering part number and serv... More »