I came across a decent article from Torque Cars dealing with some of the issues and concerns someone might have when considering their first swap. This article includes tips on budgeting, breaking in the new engine, and good general tips that is worth reading. Be sure to check out some of Torque Cars other articles.
In need of a European supercar engine for your next engine swap? Eurospares is a supercar junk yard of sorts. A quick check shows they currently carry Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Maserati models. In their engine category you can find some seriously expensive engines such as a 2002 360 Modena for around $16,088. Source: Jalopnik
This 1937 Plymouth truck found at the All Mopar Spring Round-Up has a 500 cubic inch motor from a 1970-1976 Cadillac Eldorado mounted in back. It would be great to learn more about this automobile. Source: CarDomain Blog
Motoring J Style was held at Vallejo, CA this year. In the show was a 4.3L 3UZ-FE V8 swapped Toyota Corona, a F20C powered Celica, and a Datsun 510 wagon powered by a 7M-GTE. I don’t know anything about the Corona besides what one can see in the image but it seems to be a … Read more
Found at HKS’s 35th birthday was a British Motor Company Mini with some swapped Honda power. Sitting in the back is a Honda B18C engine with individual throttle bodies. Obviously the car has been switched to rear wheel drive for engine postion. JPCNews reports that it has a HKS F-Con V Pro, Spoon suspension products, … Read more
This swap is proof you are only limited by your budget, time and imagination. Jeff Meyer really thought outside the box using a French built front wheel drive 1966 Citroen ID19 as a basis for his swap. It seems the body was about the only thing still French on the car. The driveline has been … Read more