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Old 10-24-2012, 01:48 PM   #1
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Would a 94, or 95 crown Vic motor fit in a fox body, I have one available for 200, 5.4 police package.
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Would a 94, or 95 crown Vic motor fit in a fox body, I have one available for 200, 5.4 police package.
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I might buy it if it'll fit, and I can do it on a budget
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Would a 94, or 95 crown Vic motor fit in a fox body, I have one available for 200, 5.4 police package.
it will b a super tight squeeze. u need a "k-member" from a 96-03 4.6 stang, convert your power brakes to manual cause there is no room for the power booster.

you can buy an aftermarket k-member with shorter motor mounts. the 5.4 will stick up quite a bit out of the engine bay. u may be happier with a 4.6 4v for that application.

anyway.... it will fit and has been done before to answer your question.
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I might buy it if it'll fit, and I can do it on a budget
There's the key. They can be made to fit, but it's not going to be cheap.
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