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theus124
    
are there interchangeable engine parts on a 66 Lincoln continental with a 462
im trying to figure out would it be cheaper to replace the original motor parts that I need or is there interchangeable parts for this motor if so what brand or could someone refer me to a site or someone who could tell me. also if this motor is to costly for me or to much of a hassle trying to find the parts I am also thinkin about replacing the motor all together if so what size will fit in this's vehicle best... last things that I want improved on the engine are power so firstly I want a new carburetor or up grade the existing one So please can someone help me out and guide me down the proper path to bring this vehicle to life...o and last the existing engine does work I'm in the process of putting new points on it that's it but it does have 120,000 m on it so you can see where I'm going, more power, And a new found life for the engine, even if it means a whole new engine
posted: April 11, 2013
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
the 462 engine was used 1966 to 1968 it had 340 hp . you have to take into account that your car weighs 5000 pounds ,it will never be a hotrod . but a good driver properly tuned. if you send me the number or letter on warranty tag under axle can give ratio that car left the factory with.
posted:  April 11, 2013
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