I am thinking about buying an Inline-6 F150, and wondered what you guys thought about them. I am particularly curious about the fuel mileage. I don't need something with a lot of power or off-the-line zip, but just something that will tow a small load decently, and get great mileage. Fueleconomy.gov says that the 85' and 86' carbureted 300-6 got 24 and 25 MPG highway, and then dropped down to 20 MPG highway with the introduction of fuel injection in '87. Anybody have some opinions on this? I did run into a guy that owned a '65 F150 with this engine, and he got 26 MPG. That sounds amazingly good. Will the EFI really get that much worse? Just wondering. I will only be towing about 2000-3000 lbs. at the most with it. If there are any other options besides the Inline-6 that get great mileage and will still tow I would be very open to hearing about them. Sorry for the long post, but I would really appreciate good info about this. Thanks.