One of the fun things about the 4 months of title paperwork is that my car has its own VIN, assigned by the state. It's an "Assembled vehicle" but as such I had to prove ownership of basically every part on the car. My paperwork stack is nearly 2" thick. You do have to have the title for a "major component" to start with, and in this case the title matches the T5 transmission from the Mustang. I can't change that transmission now without triggering a bunch more paperwork, even though I don't use the Mustang VIN any longer.
So, here's a bellhousing that adapts the duratec to the T5 transmission.
The bellhousing is great, but it doesn't have provision for the hydraulic slave clyinder. Had to make some holes.
A custom duratec-to-t5 hydraulic slave conversion kit from the UK. Oh, and some custom brackets for the lines.
I swear I didn't spray paint the pressure plate, it's just a coincidence that the ebay pressure plate matches the junkyard's spray paint on the block. The pressure plate and flywheel are for a duratec Ranger, but the clutch disk is from the '88 Mustang that donated the transmission, because the T5 input shaft needs to match the disk. Also I hope you're enjoying the PCV system running to the ebay catch can, I really sweated the details on that part. Oh, and look, another custom bracket for the catch can.