Hey all. I have a 1969 Jeep Wagoneer with a factory installed Buick 350 2 barrel. I'd like to swap the OE Rochester 2GV for a Quadrajet. I've already acquired a factory 350 4 barrel intake which I believe came off a '69 model year Buick car. It does use the divorced choke setup like my current 2 barrel intake. I'm wondering what year/model QJ would be best suited for my application. My engine is currently bone stock. I may eventually want to install a mild cam, but this vehicle will always be a cruiser so nothing crazy, low to mid range power and good drivability is the goal. I assume a QJ intended for a B350 would be the obvious choice, but I'm mainly wondering if a later model QJ with APT would be worth running over an earlier model without it? I believe the QJ's with APT all used a hot air style choke, so I assume I'd need to convert the carb to an electric choke. Is that worth doing in my application for the extra tuning ablity of an APT carb, or should I just keep it as simple as possible and get an earlier QJ that uses the divorced choke? I'm brand new to carbs by the way, but interested to learn. I bought Cliff's book and have been reading and re-reading one chapter or section at a time until things start to make sense. I don't trust myself to do a competent rebuild on a used carb on my own with zero experience and I've heard that parts store replacement carbs usually have generic calibrations; so I'm hoping to either find the right rebuilt QJ online, or locate a complete used carb and a competent rebuilder that isn't currently booked months out... is there anyone you guys can recommend, or likewise, any rebuilders / sellers that I should run away from?