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Can I put a 5 liter engine in It - 1994 Ford Thunderbird

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They came with a 5 liter I thought,so
if you got whatever,a 4 cyl then yes,
if the trans is compatible & correct for
the V8
What about engine & trans controls OBD1
I guess,computer & such
Seems like too much work to me, on a very old car.
Now a new 2013 Coyote Crate 5.0 Mod Motor is too wide

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