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You HAVE a TT Coyote?! It was my understanding the fellow from Roush who was working on the program hung himself behind the office and that was one of the reasons the TT coyote never made it into the CobraJet.Boy, had a hard time getting to that video. I liked it though.
The 86 Porsche 944 had a wheelbase of 94.5", front track of 58.1" and rear track of 57.1".
The 69 Escort MK1 2 door saloon had the same wheelbase of 94.5", front track of 49" and rear track of 50".
There are a number of MK1 Escorts running today that have the 944 drivetrain and suspension on highly modified but original frames today. It's been almost 30 years but I'll see if I can find anything I can put on line. It was film not gifs and I have no idea of what box or where to look. lol
Here's a highly modified Escort MK1 Van with a 2JZ GTE VVTI and assembled Skyline IRS rear differential and suspension.
As I wrote, it wouldn't be anything like a bolt on swap but there's not much that can't be done this side of stupid or ridiculous. That's the domain for Roadkill. lol Seriously though, altering that subframe assembly, finding suitable CV axles along with finding or making suitable control arms. I have no idea on heights appropriate for the car but that's not to hard to solve as needed. It's about having the time and will to do it or the money to have it done.
I have a NOS 2013 Coyote leftover from Watson Racing and Hellion when they prototyped and built the twin turbo Mustang Turbo Jet's. Now that was a nightmare I wouldn't have gone near. Except for the basic GT body style the finished car didn't resemble the original car at all because of the power it could make.