I have a 2 door 1954 Chevy Bel Air with a 235 and a power glide transmission. I am planning to pull the engine and transmission as one unit. I'm trying to determine the best way to attach the engine hoist to the engine. My uncle has pulled a 216 and tells me he did it by removing two of the head bolts, attaching a chain, and then screwing the head bolts back in to attach the chain. I'm wondering if anyone has ever tried this and can tell me which bolts to attach to so that I get the balance right and the chain does not damage the parts on top of the engine. Any ideas? Also, my uncle suggested that pulling the engine and transmission as a single unit was the best way to go vs. separately. If anyone has any thoughts on this topic I would be very interested. Both parts need to come out at some point. Finally, my uncle thinks that taking the hood off is the only way to go if I'm pulling both engine and transmission as one unit. I would rather leave the hood on but having never pulled the engine before I am going to prob pull it at my uncle's suggestion unless someone has done this same engine pull and can say it's not needed. Thanks in advance.