Re: [GFS] 62 plymouth Engine & Trans.
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Re: [GFS] 62 plymouth Engine & Trans.



John:

     I'm not sure what it would take to shoe-horn the later engine and tranny into the 56 Fury, but I would not tamper with the 303.  It is worth more as an historical engine than you would ever get from it if you modified it beyond restoration.

      I restored a 56 Fury and made great effort to keep everything as it came from the factory.  I am proud of the results.  I have seen 56's that have been beautifully modified, but are not far from stock.  Bigger engines were not part of any modification that I have seen since the entire drive trane is not capable of handling much more than factory original i.e., suspension, brakes and overall design of the car.

     John Teske



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