Removing the Old Engine & Transmission #FairmontProject

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It finally came time to remove the old engine and transmission from my #FairmontProject. It's sad that this car will never be in stock form again, but it was always my intention to make this car more than it ever was from the factory. Removing the engine and transmission was the first step in that process.

This video will also be helpful if you need to remove one of these straight 6's from a fox body. The process is identical.

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