It fits I believe with use of 413 crank ,the converter area is a different projection from B block for cast iron trans. . Go from 12 mpg to 10 ; smile
Later heads have larger exhaust valves but they can be put in a 60 head ok . Fastest F I ever had was that way . Still 413. Makes a difference . Have to watch oil sump location on 440 to match 413 . Or use 413 parts . ? Go overbore to 426?
Swap to later block with its crank usually driven by change to cable 62 style 727 . As you describe . But Don V has convinced me that old cast iron is ok today , problem was guys rebuilding them .
I had worked out a way to put cable on later column shift 727, as I wanted a GV ( gear vendors) overdrive and low axle (4:30) at the time . You do lose Park. GV Cannot be put on pre 65 727 ( long story , very long, as in a year trying, bottom line forget it ) , due to rear pump on pre 65 727 .
Difference between 413 F and 440 not going to let you beat a fast Toyota . 572”B block and GV , max wedge intake, now you are talking !!
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