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I found out that the engine on my grandpa's Taunus(2.3 Liter) is the same engine that American Mustangs used during the late 70's and 80's( Pinto engine), i am not sure if the carb is the same or some parts are slightly different. one more thing, i have seen some rims that say only for rear wheel drive, or only front wheel drive. What is the difference between them, and what would happen if i put FWD wheels on a RWD car?