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Is there a write up on how to do this into a 99-04 mustang?
My dad found a 302 crate motor with 1k miles on it and its in good runningorder they want 700 for itand we were wondering how hard it would be to install in the new edge.
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I'm not worried about the emisions I'm in Michian
Heres why I want to know
I can get a old thunderbird with a 302 crate engine (dont know whats done to it )for $700 and I can get a v6 2000 mustang with 160'000 miles for $1800. Me and my dad are either going to put the crate engine in the stang or we can also get a 67 or 68 (forgot)camaro for a grand the thing is the camaros interior engine and body are all seperated.Its all suppose to be ingood condition The people selling it got a divorce and just want it gone so we are go to look at everything tommorow. Decisions Decisions
if its a v6 maybe you wont need to change the kmember. Arent those motors closer to a 5.0 than a mod motor? i honetly know next to nothing about the v6 mustangs, you will need to change the rear though
that will be awesome to pop the hood on a new edge and see a 5.0 lurking under there... but a camaro is classic and always will... good luck with the decision if you want performance on a budget i would go with the stang
1988 mustang gt 5.0 t-tops,brand new 5.0 engine block 0 miles getting built to a built 306
2002 Ls1 camaro six speed slp lid,slp bolt on subframe connecters, slp skip shift, slp loudmouth2... Chevy and ford in the drive way
I personly would go with the camaro. Its a true classic. Plus chevy parts are a dime a dozen. Hell a 300hp 350 is so cheap. The mustang would be nice but personaly i would rather own a old calssic car. ( not saying anything about ford over chevy) If i had the choice between a 2000 z28 or a 65 stang same price but stange needed put back together i would grab the stang in a heart beat. But thats my 2 cents..
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