Muscle Car 1955-57 Chevy Engine
Bolt a 1965-94 Chevy 396-454 Big Block engine into your 1955-1956-1957 Tri-Five Chevy with these simple brackets.
- Must use OEM factory 1955, 1956, or 1957 Chevy 265-283 V8 bellhousing.
- Must use OEM factory front rubber biscuit mounts (front-style engine mount with angle brackets).
- Mount is designed to use the farthest forward 6-cylinder mount holes in crossmember.
Specially designed engine mount cradle to mount your 1955-1994 Chevy 265-400 small block into almost any chassis. Includes grade 5 mounting hardware. Add one of our frame mount kits and a universal bolt-through cushion kit for a professional installation.
Connects engine mounts to frame adapters. Heavy duty rubber cushion absorbs vibrations so your mounts won't break. These universal body mounts are required on all motor installations.
Complete with bolts, washers, and rubber cushions. Does both sides.
Specially designed engine mount cradle to mount your 1965-1994 Chevy 396-454 Big Block into almost any chassis. Includes Grade 5 mounting hardware. Add one of our frame mount kits and a universal bolt-through cushion kit for a professional installation.
135-6852 Instructions (PDF)
Side-mount motor mounts are a more rugged mount design than the original front mounts found on your Tri-Five Chevy, plus they allow more room for front drive accessories. Our motor mount kit allows you to side-mount 1958-up S/B Chevy 283-400 c.i. V-8 engines into your 1955, 1956, or 1957 Chevy passenger car. Will also work on 396-454 big block engines.
Includes frame brackets, engine brackets, rubber mount cushions, hardware, and instructions.
On your 1955-57 Chevy car, the front motor mounts are at the front of the block and the rear mount attaches to the bellhousing. This works fine for original use but makes it hard to swap in a different trannsmission or add belt driven accessories to the front of the engine.
Use with engine cushions 910-18012 and transmission crossmember 916-28910 listed below. No welding, but drilling required.
720-4175 Instructions (PDF)