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I'm trying to match parts together but I don't want to continuously check back here for every question I have. Could anybody point me toward a complete table of the year,size of engine, compatible trannys, t-cases, and ignition systems. I made a post like this but must have lost track of it.
 

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did you try this question in the ford section?

are you looking for gas v8's, or other engines as well?

v8's are pretty simple. eliminate FE's as an option, and its basically two gens of engines..lets call it three.

gen 1 1960's-1985
289/302/351 windsors, small block bellhousings, carb, normal dizzy-coil setup. np435, t18 for truck manuals, c4 and some c6 for auto's. mustang trans (t5) work as well, but why.
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351c/351m/400, small or big block bellhousings, carb, normal dizzy-coil setup. np435, t18, c4/c6 auto.
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429/460, bb bellhousing, carb, normal dizzy-coil setup. np435, t18, c6 auto.

gen 2, 1986-97
basically the same as above, but with efi: speed density or mass air. added sb trans, mazda 5 speed manual, some zf 5 speeds, AOD, AOD-E and E4OD auto's. bb trans are zf and E4OD. no 351c, 351m, 400 or 429 engines.

gen 3, 97-present; modular engines
4.6, 5.4, and v10 triton. ohc motors, coil pack ignition. 4R70W auto, M5R2 manual. T56 and other mustang trans available as well. 4.6 started in cars in the early 90s, like the crown vic, but you want one from the late 90's to present.

thats all i could think of.

as for 4 cyl, 6 cyl, and diesel engines, i dont have a clue.
 

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What about the 460's from the old lincoln town cars, would those match up the same with those tranny's.
 
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