I have a 1965 lincoln continental and we have rebuilt a 460 engine to put in it. I wanted to know what we are going to have to do to make it fit?

Asked by Oct 07, 2013 at 08:54 PM about the 1965 Lincoln Continental

Question type: Car Customization

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Was it a big block that came out of it? if not motor mounts exghaust manafolds and make sure the tranny will bolt up first

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You can make any engine fit you just have to do alot of figureing. We still put chevy motor in our ford demo cars lots of welding and simple wireing

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Plus you may have to get a different cross member for the tranny it may sit back farther

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Compare the rebuilt 460 with the original 430 and you can answer your own question......maybe nothing - maybe quite alot.

I have a 65 Lincoln Continental smoking a lot from the right side of the tailpipe

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