Crate Engines & Cylinder Blocks

1967 Mustang Crate Engines and Cylinder Blocks

Crate Engines & Cylinder Blocks

If you’re in the process of restoring your 1967 Mustang, you’ve probably been weighing your options whether to rebuild or go for a full crate engine. A rebuild is going to take longer, but it’s usually more cost effective. If you’re going to rebuild, you’ll need to start with a good quality 1967 Mustang cylinder block. Although it can be tempting to purchase used blocks in good condition, there is always the risk of potential cracks and wear that are invisible to the naked eye.

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1967 Crate Engines & Cylinder Blocks

The last thing you want to do is spend time and money rebuilding your 1967 Mustang engine with a used cylinder block concealing an inevitable potential problem. If you’re going to rebuild your engine with a used cylinder block, it’s a good idea to have it scanned with an ultrasonic flaw detector, which can reveal hidden flaws.

To avoid that kind of headache and hassle, it’s best to start with a new 1967 Mustang cylinder block. The block is the foundation of your engine, so it’s important to start with a solid foundation when rebuilding your 1967 Mustang engine.

Modern Power in a Classic Ride

Perhaps a more enticing option is to go straight for a whole new 1967 Mustang crate engine. Imagine swapping out your old Mustang engine with a brand-new 412 horsepower 5.0 L Coyote. Believe it or not, this modern engine used in the 2011–up Mustang GT will fit classic Mustangs all the way back to 1965. Granted, it will also take some additional vehicle upgrading to accommodate this modern engine.

Consider the Ford Racing M-6007-X302D Mustang crate engine if you’re looking for a more era appropriate upgrade that comes ready to run. This 1967 Mustang crate engine comes fully equipped with a Holly carburetor, Edelbrock intake, MSD distributor and spark plug wires. Drop this engine in to your 1967 Mustang and enjoy 340 horsepower and 350 ft-lb torque backed by a 2 year/24,000 mile warranty.

If you’re considering your options for a 1967 Mustang crate engine or cylinder block, check out we have to offer over at CJ Pony Parts. Our online catalog is filled with 1967 Mustang crate engines and cylinder blocks from brands you trust, like Ford Racing.

Our team members are here to answer your questions 7 days a week. Chat with one of our Mustang experts today to learn more about the various crate engines and cylinder blocks we have to offer. We’ll help you find out what it will take to get your pony’s motor running.