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    Posted: 11-June-2016 at 1:13PM
For those who want/need stock BBF to intermediate chassis 3 piece engine mounts at a fair price, these look to be correct:

Edited by aquartlow - 11-June-2016 at 1:15PM
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he said it was off a 77 lincoln Mk, not sure those are the right mounts for the 72-76 ford intermediates.
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The Mark series uses the same basic frame layout as the intermediates, just like a '75-'76 T-bird. I guess the best way to confirm is to ask for part numbers.
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Originally posted by aquartlow aquartlow wrote:

The Mark series uses the same basic frame layout as the intermediates, just like a '75-'76 T-bird. I guess the best way to confirm is to ask for part numbers.

Part #'s are the same. Good find Todd.
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They will work. Thunderbird 72-76 and Mark IV, V are the same frame, just longer.
 
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yes I know 72-76 t birds and mk's work but on the listin the OP put up the seller said the mounts were of a "77" lincoln mk in the description, thats why I questioned whether they were correct.


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If anyone buys them and fancies giving me exact dimensions I can see about making up a batch of frame side mounts to work with the full size block mount
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73-79 all share the same part #. Mark IV/Mark V Tbird, Torino, etc.
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Originally posted by mlachance112785 mlachance112785 wrote:

73-79 all share the same part #. Mark IV/Mark V Tbird, Torino, etc.


ah ok, I was always under the impression they had to be 72-76 to work, didn't know the mk's still had big blocks in them in the 77-79 cars.
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