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It is a very doable project. Since the clutch should be hydraulic, shouldn't be an issue setting that up, use the setup in the D100. Pull out your tape measure and check a few items, like exhaust clearance at the frame, rear end should hold up fairly well, not too many that narrow that are easy to find, but should last a little while at least. From there, it has been done before, a search online should help you find some more clues of things to be aware of.
 

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There is about the same amount of work. The rear end should hold up to a 318, engine and trans to retrofit, electric radiator fan usually needed to fit the engine between the firewall and radiator.
 
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