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Old 08-06-2007, 13:26   #1 (permalink)
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460 In A 72 Gran Torino?

I Have A 72 Gran Torino And Built A 514 I Want To Install In It I Dont Know What Motor Mounts To Use Car Had A 351c In It And I Have A C6 Out Of A 75 Licoln I Will Be Putting Behind This 514 Can Anyone Tell Me Where I Can Get Mounts And Any Other Problems I Might Have?
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Re: 460 In A 72 Gran Torino?

use the same mounts that ford used to put the 429 in the torino since the 429 and 460 are the same basic engine.
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Re: 460 In A 72 Gran Torino?

This might help you Napa auto parts should be able to tell you, the Napa store here where I live has helped me solve engine swap problems more then once. "It won't hurt to check with them"
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