The ’76 model year was the last one for the venerable FE engine in light trucks. It had debuted in ’58 cars as a 352ci and was built in displacement as big as 428ci. In ’65-and-up light trucks, 352ci, 360ci, and 390ci were the common displacements, but because they all interchanged, you might also see some car-based 406ci, 410ci, 427ci or 428ci engines swapped into trucks. Medium-duty trucks also used a version of this engine, with a few oddball displacements like a 330ci version. In 1976, this 360 two-barrel made a modest 145hp but a decent 263 lb-ft of torque. There was very little one could call remarkable in these FE series engines but they were torquey and as reliable as gravity.