Hello, as I mentioned in my introduction post, I am rebuilding a 1972 Morris 850 that has been off the road since 1980. Its engine was seized, so I decided to replace the whole drivetrain instead of rebuilding it because I figured it would be far quicker and cheaper.
I purchased a running used engine that's (allegedly) also out of a 1972 850, but it's on top of a transmission with a remote-type shifter while mine has a wand-type shifter. I'd like to keep the wand; is the engine I bought compatible with my car's original transmission? If so, which parts do I need to take off of the remote-type transmission that I will not be using before bolting it all back together? Bearings, transfer gears, flywheel housing, flywheel, etc. I've done a search on this and nothing came up, and I've also looked through various manuals to no avail. I'm adding images of each engine and transmission below. I can take more if needed.
Thanks in advance for any and all insight.
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I've not been able to find a parts number on it; I'll report back after I've cleaned it up if needed.
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85H791P. I was told it came from a 1972 car that was retrofitted with an alternator.
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