Oh, so you are asking if the 1962 413 from an Imperial will drop into your 1963 Plymouth?
Related, it seems to me if I remember correctly, that the 1962 Imperial used a "floating power" motor mount that was
different than the 1963 Plymouth B-body. That probably does not matter here.
> -------Original Message-------
> We will see what other comments I may get. I also have a 1968 Dodge
> D-200 also 383. Both the 383 engines, one in the 63 Sport Fury and the
> D-200 need rebuilding the price of the 413 is reasonable and would be
> fun to have if it is not a problem installing.
> Dennis C.
> On Thursday, November 5, 2020 at 10:40:10 PM UTC-7 Bill Parker wrote:
> > The ears are in the same place IIRC. But maybe someone else knows if
> > that D body would still have had the extended crank rear flange. If
> > so the crank and your transmission won’t play nice together. The
> > cranks in B bodies definitely had switched to the late style crank
> > by 62 so maybe the Imperial and the C bodies did too. Bottom line if
> > it is extended flange, you can put a later (to ‘66 IIRC) 413,426
> > Wedge, 440 crank into your 62 413 and that will take care of the
> > issue. Go later than that and I believe the 67 and up cranks have a
> > larger flange recess (where the transmission input shaft or AT
> > torque converter snout mates up.) There are workarounds but it may
> > be getting into more trouble and expense than what you wanted.
> >> On Nov 5, 2020, at 8:56 PM, dennis.1963ply <dennis....@xxxxxxxxx>
> >> wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> Does a 1962 Imperial 413 mount the same as a 1963 Plymouth 383? I
> >> saw a listing for a 413 that was reasonable and I'm looking for a
> >> replacement for my aging 383.
> >> Thanks
> >> Dennis C.