I've been tossing around a lot of possible powerplants for my '47 Hudson, and have pretty much ruled out any V-8 with a driver's side starter...lack of room and lots of issues that to correct, would involve a sub install, or a rack and pinion. I want to retain the Hudson center-steer arrangement, and retain the true old-car ride and handling. Hudsons were famous for their superb road manners even before the Stepdown cars. To put in a sub or a rack & pinion would make it ride like any modern car. So... I've measured the 230 and 250 Chevy Six-cylinder engines, and they will fit beautifully - like they were actually made for the car! And, since a running 250 can be had for cheap, I figure "why not!" So, how many of you have a 230, 250, or even a GMC 261 that you have hot-rodded to an extent, and installed in a '30s through late '40s car or truck? Stock, mild modified, or full-out show engines! Whatever you have, I'd like to see, regardless of what car it might be in! Looking for some ideas, so if you have something, post it! Thanks!