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Dropped in the 396

After part hunting for a few weeks I got the big block motor stands and motor mounts I needed. The motor mounts turned out to also fit 68 models with the 302 and 350. The stands are different though. They offset the motor about 1 inch toward the passengers side. After seeing them they are easy to spot now. The passenger side is shorter than the drivers side. Also scored the correct transmission crossmember to mount the turbo 400 when attached to a big block. It is also offset the same 1 inch… Continue

Posted on January 3, 2009 at 6:01pm

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At 3:00am on May 7, 2009, POWER BLOCK THATS FUNNY AS ALL H said…

At 6:17pm on December 30, 2008, Steve said…
If you want to get the motor out of your basement all together. The best way is to use a two wheel dolly. Stand the motor on end, and put the dolly under it. Then strap it to the dolly. You will need a friend to help you get it out that way. I know it will work for I did that with a ford 400 block. I hope I helped you out with getting your motor out of the basement.
At 9:28am on December 23, 2008, dennis d j said…
Thanks, we are really enjoying the car. It was my wifes baby brothers car, when he passed away she wanted it re done as a tribute to him. I'm sure he would appreciate the comment.
At 4:48pm on December 22, 2008, superk1035 said…
Actually, we are staying with the fuel injection, its a real hodge-podge. The engine is from a 91 Cougar, the wiring is from a 87 Merc wagon, and the computer is from an 88GT 5 speed for the speed density HO....
 
 
 

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