While we’re on the “swap” today, here’s what we’re looking for next. A Lincoln LS with a 4.6 V-8. Yes, we know Ford engineers built one years ago for the One Lap of America event – in fact we watched it closely. And we’ve personally seen a Lincoln LS mule for the S197 (2005) Mustang in Ford’s former “mule car holding yard” next to a TGIF in Dearborn.
But we want to see a “civilian” do it. And then we want to know how to do it ourselves. This one is a natural. Questions abound: can the electronics of a Lincoln LS be integrated with those of an S197 Mustang and 3-valve (or 4-valve) V-8?