Might be motor home ? I am not familiar with numbers , but I believe one of the major motor homes ,maybe Winnebago, used 413. Although why not 440? Maybe both? Maybe trying to economize on fuel? I know they had a 727 Torqueflight with a drum brake bolt pattern on tail shaft long after the cars had stopped using it. Dodge trucks another possibility.
The info at this link does show that J is 73, but I understand that 413's were not in production in 73.
The engine in mine 300 1962 is a 413" and has been taken out for water has come in to the oil and other problems. To be on the safe side I have start looking for an other engine. Found one with this written on it: J 413 TH. 1016. I have not seen it in real, so I wonder can someone tell me what these markings meen. The odd thing is that the guy sais it´s from 1972 but surely the last 413" was in 1965 and then came the 440".
Sincerely Ivan from Sweden...
Posted by: "John Grady" <jkg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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