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02-09-2007 10:49 PM
pasadenahotrod It shouldn't be any problem lengthwise and widthwise you may have the usual steering column interference with exhaust. This may require offsetting the engine an inch or so to the right or just banging a dent in the column tube with a ballpein hammer.
02-09-2007 10:22 PM
swazzie I would research some mopar sights for that info .Maybe mancini racings web board . It should fit . If I could put a 331 hemi in a shoebox , I think you can make a 340 fit. swaZZie
02-09-2007 04:42 PM

I Had a question to any one that can help, I just picked up a 53 Plymouth 4 door Coupe, No motor or Trans. Came stock in 53 With flat Six, looking to put 340 in her , think there would be a major spacing issue?

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