Hello all, I've recently acquired a 1957 Plymouth Savoy 4 door sedan. This Plymouth, for one, will NOT be a "Christine" clone/wannabe. For now, I am simply making it more enjoyable to drive, with carpet, some metal patches, fresh rubber and a tune up. I am really enjoying the heck out of the rebuilt 230 flathead six in it! Ive rebuilt the carb, replaced hoses and belts and narrowed a misfire down to the distributor, which I am ordering from langdonstovebolt.com. The 2 speed Powerflite, however, leave a little to be desired. It gets along okay, but I'm a tinkerer. I have a friend with a T5 out of a V6 mustang. We originally thought that it was out of a V8 Mustang and I was gonna run it in my '59 Apache with a 383" SBC. It's not strong enough for that application, but pushing this 3000 lb. Plymouth behind the 63 year old 230 flathead straight six, I don't see any durability issues. The only potential problem that I see is shifter location, as going away from the factory bench seats is a deal breaker. I may need to source an S10 trans for shifter location. Anyway, I was hopeful thay I may get some advice on parts to grab from the Pick 'N Pull, or steered in the direction of good vendors to try to get the swap to happen. A.) Am I barking up the wrong tree, or is this a feasible swap? B.) Can I complete this swap with junkyard parts? C.) Anyone have a parts list? I'll continue to search and try to figure this out on my own. But, any help, or guidance would be greatly appreciated! Ill throw up a few photos of my new ride. We have a Consew industrial sewing machine at my work. This allowed me to utilize some vinyl scraps that were kicking around with some gas station Mexican blankets to give the upholstery a less "hantavirus" vibe! Also, a total of three $12 40" x 60" home depot rugs, a roll of padding that I got from joanne fabric, and some aluminized sticky backed sound deadener tape that I buy from Home Depot for $16 allowed me to revamp my entire interior for about $85!