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Old 06-11-2005, 19:07   #1 (permalink)
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460 in a zf fairlane

hey my mate has purchased a 460 big block from USA and was wondering how much work is needed to put the donk into a ZF fairlane
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Re: 460 in a zf fairlane

Answering you question with another question, how did he get it? On ebay? bought from there in person? and how much did he pay for it.

I've never fitted a big block to falcon or fairlane so I dunno, but should be easy as cause they're big cars, bigger than falcons at least.
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he paid $1700 with a C6 auto, he rang up some company through a magazine and got it shipped it over
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hey my mate has purchased a 460 big block from USA and was wondering how much work is needed to put the donk into a ZF fairlane
not a great deal really you can buy all the parts you need. the problems arise from the fact you need different parts to make it all work. such as exhaust, engine mounts,hoses,transmission,but they fit relatively well. just the extra dollars for the incidentals + engineers report.look and read through the 429/460 tech there is a lot of info there.what condition is the mtr you are buying in
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Answering you question with another question, how did he get it? On ebay? bought from there in person? and how much did he pay for it.

I've never fitted a big block to falcon or fairlane so I dunno, but should be easy as cause they're big cars, bigger than falcons at least.

Falcon and fairlane engine bays are the same size in the same year models


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Falcon and fairlane engine bays are the same size in the same year models


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well, i am surpirised to hear that.
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