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49 Ford F1 IRS options

Does anyone have a list of doners with IRS that could be used under a 49 F1. I know a 93 - 97 Mark III works nicely. I've also heard of T bird and Cougar IRS as well but have not seen the years of the donors listed anywhere so if anyone knows the acceptable years of these cars please let me know. Also if anyone knows of any other donor vehicles that would work lets hear it. How about a grand marquis and if so what year.
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Some other options I have seen are first generation jag IRS used from 1961-1996, also the mustang Cobra not sure of the years used, also seen newer Corvette and tons of aftermarket jag knock offs
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There is a fairly well documented with photos article here on installing a XJ6 IFS

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I think I have the front end under control now. There is alot of info available. The rear end had me worried but a lot more research has giving me most of the info i think i will need. Now I just have to dig the truck out of the snow bank and get it into the garage and get started. This weekend I'm heading out to get it.
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You might want to check this link.
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