After discarding the unibody construction and placing the body on a frame, the car suddenly lost almost four inches of height for engine clearance. We knew the carburetors would be above the cowl line, and hood clearance could be accomplished by modifying the height of the hood. However, neither a front nor a rear sump oil pan would adequately clear the frame cross member in the rear or the rack and pinion steering components in the front. This necessitated the use of an Aviaid dry sump oiling system with an external oil pump which required notching the frame for clearance. The Total Control FE motor mounts did a great job of maintaining correct engine alignment and geometry for the final fitment, and after accounting for the correct pinion angle for the driveline components, the mounts were secured to the frame.