Hey guys. So I got this old 73 dart, and since I dont have a garage because Im renting my place the car needs to be parked on the street. The car has a blown engine, and Im using my buddies backyard to do the swap. That means time is of the essence, and the car being mobile is of the utmost importance (Street sweeping). Plus as usual money is tight. I ran across a used running motor to drop in, and I suspected it to be a 170 six instead of a 225 that is what this 73 dart had in it. I picked up the motor, and am getting it ready to go in, and then I find the ONE snafu that I didnt think of. NO alternator mounting holes at all. Duh. Anyway, so the 225 blew out the bottom end, and the 170 is all good. Heres the question; Do I (A) swap the heads putting the 225 head on the 170 thus gaining SOME of the mounting holes I require but (I ASSUME) lowering compression, or (B) just take some extra time and fab up some brackets to get it to be a car again? Either option is gonna take a decent chunk of time, but do any of you guys know if the 170 will run worth while with the 225 head on it to even warrant the swap? Or are some custom brackets my best option? P.S. Im normally a GM guy so this is why Im asking. Please let me know what you think. Thanks for reading and have a great night.