Chapter 2 is going to begin this coming weekend. Pulling the heads and intake off to make room for the future. I need to figure out if these heads will work and then report back. What's new: Ported Stage 1 replacement heads fresh from the machine shop Old style B4B that will likely be portmatched Hybrid pushrods In this iteration of the top end, I'm aiming to be as stock appearing as possible and covering the B4B and 750 Qjet with the stock air cleaner and giving no clues to what lies beneath. I might be a sick puppy in that I like to work on the car almost more than I like to drive it, so that's why this is starting in October, again. Everything on the list below is what I seek to do this winter, and it seems like it's reasonable, knowing my work ethic. Especially since it's mostly free... Tighten a lot of bolts on the engine to find out where oil is going on long highway trips(PCV???) , but it's apparently not being burnt on the plugs ✅PCV grommet The Driverside front window Fix the damn dash brake light, once and for all Auto adjust the drum brakes by using reverse Tighten the exhaust again just to make sure ✅Suspension work If I get ahead of myself on the heads: ✅160° thermostat Trans work to firm up shifts New fuel line up to the pump? I'm thinking yes ✅Check current intake for leaks by spraying starting fluid Speedmaster Rev Limiter? Tighten power steering box ✅Remove radiator, blast all the crap out of it from 52 years Can't wait. Also, 14's are old hat now. Let's make that change. If someone wants to start the HP/TORQUE debate, be my guest.