Gentlemen (and ladies if present), I just bought my son a 1992 Ford Bronco. It was running on 7. I was hoping it was a bad injector but I was wrong. (I'm hoping) It's a blown head gasket. The dude said he had just put the motor in it. The old motor was "smoking real bad". I acquired the old engine in the transaction. I'm going to pick the old motor up today and we're going to rip the heads off the motor in the truck. The guy said the motor in the truck was out of a 1992 Lincoln Town Car. Well guess what, Lincoln (according to my current info) didn't put a 302W in a '92 town car so step 1 is to figure out what motor is in the truck (I'm hoping it was out of a '92 Mark 7). Step 2 is to figure out A: if the heads off the old motor will fit the motor in the truck and B: which heads will be more efficient. Step 3 will be to determine how far I should go on rebuilding this engine. My situation: My son is 17. He gets his license in April. He graduated high school last week and is 1/2 way through his first semester in college. I'm working a thousand miles from home (and my tools) and he's here with me. I'll probably finish this project here @ the end of the year but because he graduated from the local high school he gets a 2 year scholarship to the local community college. Because that saves me 100k in tuition I may leave him here when I go home. My goal is to build an efficient reliable motor. My knowledge of Fords is limited! There doesn't appear to be any "Ford men" in Northeast TX. (There's plenty where I come from!!) I'd appreciate any advice you can give me!