Q: Transmission swap and what is my transmission?

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My 1982 granada gl 3.3l I think has a c5 transmission I'm not sure but a guy that has a c4 transmission says it will fit in my car with no issues is this true or is it going to give me issues and the c4 came out of a 1971 ford f100 truck.

My car has 70000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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