Take a Nissan Pulsar and give it a Ferrari 3.5L V8 from a F355 and you get this. A decent amount of work went into this engine swap. Anytime you take a FWD car and switch it to a RWD mid-engine setup you are looking at some serious work. Some commenters have stated it has problems with track width and the cooling system which seems to stem from the lack of space. If they did just “spot weld it in the back” I would expect this to maybe crank over but thats about it.