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I'm installing a 1968 Nova 250 c.i. inline six in my 1947 Frazer. Question: any ideas of how I can mount engine mounts on the front of the block as opposed to the side mounts as in the Nova? Any help would be appreciated!

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front and rear engine mount

look at marine application for idea's
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Thanks! I'll pursue this. Someone also mentioned possibly using 158 Corvette mounts. I'll explore both.
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Hurst motor plate. You can even build your own. Some ideas in this link.
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You guys are amazing! Thanks for all the advice. I'll post photos when done!
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It's best to use the mid engine mounts, if you use front mounts then you will need belhousing mounts, and should use a trans with a short tailhousing.
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