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    Default 1996 T Bird 351C

    I am new to the forum.
    I have 1996 T bird that I put a 1973 302 in for racing oval. You can see it on you tube under stock car build from dwardmfg.
    Currently I am putting a 1972 351C 2V in the 302's place. I have looked around the net to find someone that has done this to 1993 - 1997 bird.
    If anyone knows of someone please let me know.

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    I think Hooker or Heddmen make 351C swap headers but they're $550. Im realy considering a 351C swap myself but Im not done have fun with my new 5.0. I might do a 351C swap in my 90 F-150.
    88 Cougar LS 5.0 .030 over, ported E7s with GT40 valves & trickflow springs, Proform roller rockers, HO cam, removed air silencer, K&N filter, smog pump delete, 2.25" dual flowmasters, Pacestter H-pipe & headers, HO computer, 65mm TB, Explorer intake, 19# injecters, 3.45s, rebuilt posi, and TCI shift kit.

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    Default 351C Swap

    I got my whole kit from D&D Automotive. Headers, which they build themselves, oil pan, engine mounts, oil pump pickup tube, gaskets, etc. Entire kit was about $900 by the time the shippers took their cut. http://www.ddautospec.com/ . This kit was for a fox body swap so I doubt your 96 would be identical. Give Doug a call, maybe he can help. He was great when I worked with him.

    I had some short fun with the Lincoln Mark VII with the 351C 4V installed last year. Wow, did that mark go! Now taking the swap out of the lincoln and installing into an 82 Mustang GT. Also swapping the axles, disc brakes, and steering. Not sure if I will swap the air bags. I like them but it is a lot o work.

    Good luck with your swap project.

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