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1949-1953 Ford/Mercury Frame Adapters
1949-1953 Ford/Mercury Frame Adapters

1949-1953 Ford/Mercury Frame Adapters

Chevy Small Block V8, Ford Small Block V8, Chevy Big Block V8, Chevy W-Series V8

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1949-1953 Ford/Mercury Frame Adapters
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1949-1953 Ford/Mercury Frame Adapters
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  • Frame adapters allow professional installation of most every engine into 1949-1953 Ford/Mercury
  • Designed for use with engine mounts and cushion kit found on this page
  • Application Compatibility: Engine Swap
  • Attachment Style: Bolt-on

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Motor Mount Type:
Adapter Mount
Application Compatibility:
Engine Swap
Attachment Style:
Bolt-on
MFG. Part #:
1353294
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Pair

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Specially designed frame adapters allow professional installation of most every engine into 1949-1953 Ford/Mercury passenger car frames. Designed for use with engine mounts and cushion kit found on this page.

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