1969 Torino 390 frame/motor mount configuration
I am currently working alone on a project my dad and I began before he died. Unfortunately, he was the technical brains of the operation, and I am trying to complete it without him. So hopefully, that earns me some slack, in case this "problem" is a stupid oversight on my part.
The car was bought without an engine or transmission. It's original equipment was a 351 and FMX transmission (courtesy of Ford Research, who were very helpful). We bought a rebuilt 390 (unknown year) and C6 hoping it would be a relatively painless process.
He bought new FE frame mounts from Crites I believe. The motor mounts I know came from Advance Auto. I am at my wits end now about how these things are supposed to be configured. I have the frame mounts on the correct sides, as the holes are non-rectangular, and can only mount on one side, and in one direction. The motor mounts are not so simple. There appear to be four tapped holes in the block, near where the mount should attach.`I have the mounts attached currently with the two-hole flange up. Lastly, of the three possible holes in the frame mounts, I do not know which one is supposed to be used for the large stud on the motor mount.
If anyone is willing to take the time to take pictures of their 1969 390 frame and motor mount configuration, I would appreciate the gesture tremendously. A schematic from a ford manual (if it exists) would be excellent as well. In fact, any help whatsoever would be worth its weight in gold.
Thanks in advance, as I don't know how else to find the answers to these kinds of questions.