I have filled out a cam recommendation on the Comp website. I have a specific grind in mind, but I respect the collective experience and knowledge here so I'll throw it out to you all. Specs: .030 over 327 (332 CID) Flat top pistons Stock rods & Crank Edelbrock Performer RPM heads. 64cc chambers, 195cc intake runner volume, 2.02 intake -set up for flat tappet. But I think I can run a roller cam if I change the valve springs. Induction: most likely a single four barrel. Possibly dual 4s. Car: 38 Chevy Coupe, around 3,000 lbs. curb weight Uses: street performance. The car will have power brakes and A/C Most likely a 1500- 6000 rpm range. Transmission and gear: it currently has a TH400 and a 3.08 rear gear, but those might change as I'll have the car apart when I do the motor. I have a fresh 700r4 also. I'd really like to put a manual trans in it, but I don't think I can afford it right now. If I go with the 700r4 I go to a 3.73 gear. History: this car used to have a 350hp 327. And it had some stomp! Back in 89, my dad tamed it way down, got rid of the good heads in favor of some 76cc smogger heads, and a HO 305 cam. (I believe it's called an L-69) Took out the domed 11:1 pistons in favor of the flat tops. It's been boring, but reliable ever since. I want to put the stomp back in this car.