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Old 06-14-2014, 11:39 PM
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I NEED HELP!!! 4.6 questions for the gurus in the house

Hey guys and gals!!! I am building a '68 F100 with the popular crown victoria front suspension. I have the opportunity to buy a 4.6 engine, tranny, wiring harness, etc. from a 2005 Mustang donor that was hit in the rear. Can this engine be installed relatively easy with the mounting locations on the CV suspension? Short of changing out a bracket or two? Thanks in advance to all who chime in!!! Your knowledge is priceless!!!
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