Hello, newbie here... Just to be upfront, I don't currently own a Mustang. (although I previously owned a Fox body Mustang and Capri...) I bought a 3.7 Cylone engine from a 2017 Explorer with the intent to drop it into a 1976 Capri, to create a resto-mod version of the "European Mustang". What I failed to notice was that it is set up for a transverse mount. This means that the air inlet and radiator connections were on the side, which is now the back of the engine. Does anybody know if a 3.7 Mustang intake manifold swap would remedy this? In other words, are the blocks identical so that it would bolt right in? Is there anything else to consider? Thanks.