I just bought a 56 Chevy gasser (ex race car) brought back to life as it was raced in the 60s/70s, but it has some features that get all gasser aficionados all bent outta shape. It has a small black and stacked spindles and not a straight axle. While the car was raced this way, the question is.... now that it's mine (and I love is as is).... do I dare take away from it's history and convert to a straight axle and a bigger motor or do I leave it as is. The car has a great stance, runs good enough and my plan is to enjoy the fck outta this tri five and not race it (well, maybe just for fun at vintages drags). I am strongly considering leaving as is, but was curious on the HAMB'pinion is around stacked spindles over straight axles. God help me, I just opened the sacred lid on a potential battle royale, but lets hope not.