1970 GS 350-4, Level 2 Bowtie 200-4r, 10 bolt 8.2 posi 3.64 gear. All suspension upgrades to tubular components, UMI adjustable upper trailing arms, F41 69 Chevelle springs in front, 81 estate wagon springs in back. Front disc brake conversion. With no budget in mind and no turbo, I'd really like to get all the sbb has to offer without sacrificing streetability. I once planned on building a 350 on a budget but scrapped that notion. I would end up not being satisfied. Knowing full well I had stopped short of it's upper level potential. I've only built one motor in my life and it was 20 years ago. The motor is still in my car today and runs great but it's time to quench my thirst for more! This project must not force me to do away with the stock ram air system. I'll be using a 68 350 block, crank and heads, never milled, bored or ported, all factory specs. Stripped down to original castings. Unless a 70 block and heads falls from the sky that's what I have to work with. I'm dead set on a roller motor. Any suggestions on where I go from here?