One sorta/kinda: my ‘rent’s 1950 Silverstone (LT-2) Jaguar.
Repair parts for Jaguar engines were boo cups expensive back in the day, so Dad did what was widely-done, and perfectly acceptable, in the early 60s: he “lumped” it with a Chevy 283, with Rochester fuel injection.
That swap became sealed, when the Jag-engined Silverstone got hit by lightning, while on the trailer, and on the way back from a race…kinda welded bits together, like the crank and flywheel!!
Dad said the car wasnt all that much faster, but it was hella less expensive to fix!
There are some pix of it, on the old forum: no clue how to get them to here. LT-2, in its now fully and expensively-restored shape, can be see in the Jaguar edition of “Victory By Design.”