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I installed a vega box on my 30 model A. The car has a 302. Yes imagine that a Ford in a Ford. The space for the steering rod inside the gap of the motor mount looks very tight. Any suggestions?

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I installed a vega box on my 30 model A. The car has a 302. Yes imagine that a Ford in a Ford. The space for the steering rod inside the gap of the motor mount looks very tight. Any suggestions?
Install a Chevy engine

The Ford SBF does present it's own set of issues. The oil filter being one of them. I used a Mustang box in a 32 a long time ago. It had a 289/C4 combination. It was for a customer. No photos ... but it was very similar to the stock 32 system ( side steer )

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