So we've gone from a Y-block to a Winsor and back to the FE motor
I thought it looked FE-like originally...
The FE and FT engines are Y-block designs—so-called because the cylinder block casting extends below the crankshaft center line, giving great strength at the cost of weight. In these engines, the casting extends 35⁄8 in (92 mm) below the crankshaft center, which is more than an inch below the bottom of the crank journals.
All FE and FT engines have a bore spacing (distance between cylinder centers) of 4.63 in (118 mm), and a deck height (distance from crank center to top of block) of 10.17 in (258 mm). The main journal (crankshaft bearing) diameter is 2.749 in (69.8 mm).
Introduced in 1958, the Ford 352 (of 351.9 in³ or 5.77 L displacement) was the replacement for the Y-block series. It was simply a stroked (to 3.5 in or 88.9 mm) version of the 332. Rated from 208 hp (155 kW) (2-barrel carb) to over 300 hp (224 kW) (4-barrel police interceptor models). This series of engines were all known for excellent torque and durability. These engines usually weighed over 750 lb (340 kg). Bore of this version was 4 in (102 mm), with a 3.5 in (89 mm) stroke.
1958 Ford Police Interceptor (375 HP)
1959-1960 Ford Thunderbird
1959-1966 Ford cars (optional)
1961-1962 Mercury cars
1958-1960 Ford Courier
1965-1967 Ford F-Series