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My '01 Mustang GT 2v Auto was hydrolocked and the motor is dead. I have a 2009 Crown Vic longblock on the way to the shop from salvage to put into it. It has 32k miles on the clock. Any tips on what all needs to be swapped? It's Romeo to Romeo, so it should just be a matter of transferring accessories over and the complete intake manifold off the Mustang onto the longblock, but any other "heads up" items to be aware of?
Not really looking for shootin' the bull, but rather people who maybe have done this.
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2001 Ford Mustang GT Auto
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