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Not worth it IMHO. That's a 2WD transmission, I believe, and your small block's transmission bolt pattern is different. 1976 model year was still pretty early in the "smog engine" lineup, so I'd expect things like low compression, weird timing retard/advance devices, poor EGR metering, etc. Plus who knows how long that motor's been sitting? It may be full of rusty cylinders, might not, but...
 

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Nope. In the first post of the thread you linked to:


Justshootme84 said:
I've already swapped the front and rear axles from an '88 F-350 4WD that I bought a few months ago (see post in SAS forum), so now it's time for the engine, tranny and a t-case.
 

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got a response and im gonna pass.
The engine had over heated, that is why we are selling
it as a rebuildable core, there are no holes in the
block but it may have a blown head gasket..The oil in the tranny smells burnt, and they have been
sitting for at least a year. Thanks!
 
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