The starter motor next to the bellhousing in post #79 is for an automatic transmission. The pinion gear sticks out more than on the manual trans starter, and may hang up on the flywheel when the engine starts. Even if it doesn't, the starter drive will rub against the flywheel as it's cranking the engine. I learnt that in my 1964 Fairlane. When the starter drive finally went, the rollers came out and punched holes in my perfect five bolt bellhousing. If you don't have a correct starter, you can convert the one you have by swapping the snout, that's the only difference. That's what I did with mine. The local starter / alternator rebuilder had the correct snout on the shelf for less than $15. Have fun with the car!