Joined: Jul 2007
Location: St. Louis
Hi, and welcome to the forums. I think you will find lots of knowledgeable people here that are always happy to help.
About the suspension:
The aftermarket support for the early Mustangs is astounding. There are many, many available suspension kits and mods out there; everything from a stock rebuild to coil-overs with rack and pinion, and that is just the front end.
There's a lot more out there for a 1966 Mustang than there is for a Crown Vic, and it will actually fit!
So the question again is, why do you want to do this swap? If it is because you happen to have a Crown Vic and want to save money, forget it. If it is for the handling characteristics, again, available Mustang parts will blow it away. If you just want to be different, then yes, anything can be done with enough money, time, and fabrication.
I hate to sound like I have a negative attitude towards your swap, but believe me, I'm just trying to give you some perspective.
1966 289-2V C-4 Convertible. 2nd owner, resurrected rustbucket. Factory console and power top, conversion to P/B with dual res MC.
1990 GT 25th Anniversary 5.0 AOD Convertible. SOLD