Part One - http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=397461 From now on start looking for "Tuffy". This is what the wife told me they always called the 32, even though everyone else had fancy names. Finally, I am back home and not working out of town, so I can now get started. I had a day off Saturday so I pulled out the frame and cleaned it up a bit with a wire wheel. Then while I was waiting on Unclee to show up, I started on the shock mounts. When Lee got there, we assessed the frame and got out the torch and straightened it up. Then we decided that was all we could do untill the x member showed up, so we started pulling the engine apart and man was I smiling. Heads appear to have been rebuilt and ready Crank looked good and was standard Cylinder walls looked good and still has cross hatching and appear to be stock bore but I haven't mic'd them yet (but I can't catch a fingernail on it) My New Best Friend, Norm, brought me an 833 Chyrsler 4 speed to DOTD and guess what - My luck is still holding - look what was already on the engine. I think all I will need is a pilot bearing and about a '70 Mopar bellhousing. Might as well open up the quick change and have a look - pretty, but no gears. The x-member showed up yesterday, so back to the frame. That's all for now.