I have in my shop a 69 mustang 302 all original, the problem we're having is this, when the car came in the shop we noticed that where the motor mounts bolt to the block there were 2 nuts between the mount and the block on each bolt to space up the motor, since he has a driveline vibration problem we took the spacers out to cure the resulting driveshaft angle issue. The vibration went away, but now the steering linkage (center link,power steering cylinder) hit the starter when you turn the wheel, it has a stock Ford starter. I believe there is only one starter for this car so that can't be the problem, the only thing I can think of is it has the wrong motor mounts, making the engine sit too low, not being too familar with Fords I don't know if there are different motor mounts and/or starters for V-8 mustangs. Does anybody have any experience with this issue? I need the power of the Bullet!