Car: 1950 Plymouth Special Deluxe Current drivetrain is good. Stock 218 flathead 6 with a 3 on the tree. I would like to build something as a transplant just to have something fresh just in case or maybe to swap and then rebuild the current drivetrain. No matter what, I would like to rebuild that one at some point with a dual carb setup and a split exhaust but the Thing is, I don’t want to build 2 of those as it doesn’t seem cost effective for a poor boy. While shopping for something to rebuild, what would be your advice for the easiest swap with readily available parts that are lower in cost? A later model straight 6 with accompanying trans or? I am not interested in power, in fact prefer an economical and reliable build over a v8 build all day. More about the car: I have been working on the interior. Did the door panels but still have to finish the rears. Tinted the quarter glass. Paint the wheels red and beauty rings are on the way. Got tassels in the windshield and hula chick is ready to install. The car came with the stock block out plate for the stereo and so I just scored a nice Bluetooth set up and bolted a tablet mount to the empty lighter socket for my tunes in my iPad. Making a cool windshield visor setup soon I’m designing that I can’t wait to share with y’all once I have the cash to get the materials. I did also get some headlight visors on her. Brand new tires so I don’t want to buy new ones.. may go with the flex seal route rather than port a walls... anyone wanna chime in on that?