I ain't got deep pockets and I own the "Bounce around Hemi". (Rolled around in the bed of my p/u because I was in a hurry and didn't secure it) It hasn't run with out missing since I put it back in the car after having the tyranny completely rebuilt. This then means I'm left up to my own devices to solve the problem. I've replaced every thing there is to replace in the ignition and running system, and had it inspected and approved by the best in these parts. It starts right up, idles great, drives out fine until about 25/26 hundred RPM when an intermittent miss takes over. Shift it up to 3rd, cruse and it is okay. I do have the time to go into it because of the weather and I've decided to do that. Now I've had it torn down myself when building the car having the heads done, having the cam reground, but never had the rods off the crank and pan off. Of course that doesn't make me the sharpest tool in the shed but I do have enough experience to know that I don't know it all about things "Hemi" and I want to do this slowly and right. I have great help in the form my great friend Jim if I come across issues. So I'm asking for advise from you Hemi guys in buying the best Book I can buy for tackling this winter project. Thanks in advance for your help. Oh yeah, this is a '55 331 Chrysler, and I'm thinking broken valve spring, the distributor was in the block when it took is trip, but wasn't rolled on, it just rolled from sitting on the pan 90 degrees to the right then 180 to the left then 90 to the upright position again. No damage to anything external as the headers were on and saved that from happening. As a note: I was tongue lashed and the world now understand because of social media that I'm never to be trusted with and decision making process of any kind. Thus............the need for the book. Thanks once again. The car is slightly non HAMB friendly but not the engine so as I start, progress and finish I'll try, (I say try) and post some pic,s of what I discover and how I mend the problem. 34Larry.