can i change the motor from a1968 ford thunderbirt motor 429 trans, c6 on 1970 gt torino motor 351c c4 trans.what modifications i have to do

Asked by Feb 21, 2017 at 11:15 PM about the 1968 Ford Thunderbird

Question type: Car Customization

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I would keep the Torino original but the conversion should be largely bolt in.

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If I was you I'd rebuild the 351c and keep the original motor with the car that is a good package

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Only do this if the Torino is in such shape to have no economical way to restore it to original condition. If this is the only change from original, I would keep it original, numbers matching if at all possible. REBUILD

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