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I have a suspected cracked block in my 94 S320,

So my question is "will a 95 E320 motor drop in to my merc with out to many complications? if so will I need the trans and computer as well? also the E320 has a hole in the sump as a result of a accident so will my sump fit this? and have been told that some bolt on parts might need to be changed? is this so?

E320 engine nos: are tr 104016240m
S320 " " " 140322a221879

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Well..charles..i used to drop short block chevys into a jag, and that only made my hair turn grey..this is a possible, with a load of modifications..some shops do this as a specialty of course, and you might enjoy this journey..stock up on strong elixirs though..

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