So this morning this has been rolling around in my head. I hope this does not come across as a rant, I prefer random thoughts, just open to discussion. OK so I am bat shit crazy I can't tell you what I had for breakfast without it sounding like a rant, just bare with me. My young friend @Austin kays opted to throw a 21 stud flatty in his A sedan ( which is probably what caused this post). It was not his only option, he's got a couple of later 24 stud motors and some SBFs as well as some SBCs ( who knows me and doesn't have that option ) and well you know the 21 stud was not his only option. Never the less the '34 mill raised its ugly head and if he was a young man in the '30s or even the '40s it would have been a good option to upgrade an A sedan and a easy to come by option. I got an idea that most of us would not consider that option. So lets fast forward a decade or two, lets says its about '65 and we own a '60 Falcon. So we cruise on out to the wrecking yard and snag a 260 out of a later Falcon slam it in there and instant go fast Falcon. Today most of us would not go looking for a 260 even though they are still out there. Face it today we have too many options even without getting into new millennium motors. a 351 Windsor would go into the Falcon just as easy as the 260, or a 24 stud would go into the A as easy as the '34 motor, right? I could list motors all day that have a more modern counterpart that is basically the same motor. We have a tendency to rationalize, "well I got a 355 and it isn't any harder to fit in my Crosley than a 265" Right? OK now I am rambling, lets here your thoughts on the subject, uh if you have any. Now play nice and don't fight, please.