While I fully respect your right to pursue your project, I've got to ask, are you high? What would possess a person to take an antique car and adapt a modern, computerized engine into it? Unless you have some serious engineering credentials, I fear that this project is going to eat you for lunch. But even if you are successful, what's the point? You could take the money you're going to sink into this project and get a really nice Cobalt or a really nice Mustang, but instead you're going to have a one-of-a-kind that won't be as reliable as either one, and will likely require continuous re-engineering. When you go to sell it, you're going to have to find someone who shares your vision (if such a person exists). I hate to burst your bubble, but I think you'd be better building a Stang or a Balt, rather than a hybrid.
First thing to do is strip and restore that Mustang body, that will give you plenty of time to come up with a powertrain design. Hell maybe by then you'll come upon a scrapped newer Mustang that you can gut.
Last edited by Coby7; 02-06-2014 at 05:33 AM.