I have a 67 mustang with a 200 engine--I want to replace it with an 4.0 engine.

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Asked by Jan 30, 2017 at 01:22 PM about the 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe

Question type: Car Customization

I have a 1967 Mustang with a 6 cylinder engine and automatic transmission.  I want to install a 4.0 V6 and a T5 Transmission.  Will this fit into my 67 mustang with minimal modifications?

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115,105

It will fit like a glove, a set of new motor mounts and you will need to beef up the front springs and socks...

92,295

Keep the old engine and transmission as the car will be a lot more valuable with all the original parts. If it were my car I would hop up the old 6 a little.

92,295

At least a 289 would be "original" but not ORIGINAL if you know what I mean. It is way too easy to determine how the car was built at the factory. I would never buy a classic car that had been kluged with an incorrect engine. The trans is not as big of a deal but still in today's world, originality is everything.

92,295

Did the 67 Mustangs with the 6 have the 4 lugs wheels? If so you would have to deal with that as well.

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