soooo, i've heard of the dohc 2.3t being built, theres actually a guy in minnesota thats building one for a merkur. here's the deal, i have an 88 tbird turbocoupe that i bought for a parts car a few years ago (its in my parents garage in connecticut) my brother has a volvo with a dohc 2.3 in it, he's going to junk the car, so i'm going to buy it instead just for the head. now i know there is a lot, and i mean a lot of work involved in this, is it worth it to do? what kind of numbers can i make doing this? the main reason i wanna do this is cuz its unique, its not common like a honda sohc block with a dohc vtec head, this is something on another level. it'd be a true sleeper, i'll be putting it in a mid-late 80's ranger 2wd with a t5 from a mustang, 9 inch rear with either 3.73 or 4.11 gears, and it will be megasquirted. before i go and do any of this though is it worth it? the engine in the tbird is basically complete, it needs manifolds, dizzy, valve cover, and some other misc things but the block and head are there and together and the cam doesnt even show surface rust from sitting in the open for 3 years. should i just build the sohc motor? or should i actually do the dohc conversion?