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Kind goes without saying but the video shows a BBC (which makes it neither a LT1 nor an LS1).

Also, guess it is an Aussie car as they did a RHD conversion?
 

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I saw a 65 or 66 Mustang coupe several years ago with a 454 in it.

When I was in high school many moons ago the local machine shop owner had a 55 Chevy with a 289 in it and he won a lot of races. The name of the car was Half & Half.
 

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I just wanted to share some of the vitriol that this guy got for putting a bbc in a Cougar. His rational was the car was going to get crushed. I would rather have seen it parted out, than with the bbc motor in it.Lots of other folks hate it too..
Fat fendered hot rods are one thing, muscle car's are usually much more brand loyal. The gasser coug took a lot of grief...
 

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Nope - not in Oz - you can't build a car with the steering box in that position and get it through any safety inspection. Licence plate says PA
If that's the case, it's all the more odd Leon! Chevy in a Ford? Meh, if it goes that's good enough for me...
 

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OK.... EVERYBODY needs to be sitting down........

I agree with E-Bob on this. :1poke:
LOL Mark, :beer:

Everyone look at the sky tonight, must be a blue moon... :buck:
 
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