The three factors that guide a repair are TIME, PRICE and QUALITY. You can have any TWO. If you don't have the ability to or get fabricating and machining done adapting another engine won't be cheap, at that point getting a Continental engine to put back in there would be most expedient. If money is an issue than you'll trade time for money while you scrounge Continental parts. Might see if an engine from a later MF might work if you can find a trashed smaller MF (35, 135, 230) but for that one you might need to get other parts (bellhousing, steering parts). Again industrial engines on pumps, compressors and generators might be a source especially if you can find one with a continental engine on it. There are also small Detroit Diesel engines (2-53 and 2-71) but your'e back to adapting. The Detroit option would leave your Ferguson with the same engine as a 435 John Deere
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