Before I begin a little back story, I inherited my 30 ford coupe from my grandparents estate back in late November. My grandfather built the car in the early to mid 50's. It was last driven by my dad in 71 just after my parents were married and graduated high-school, so it's sat for 49 1/2 years before I got it. The cars in good shape, 42 ford juice brakes tube shocks looks like my grandfather might have had it as a banger. I'm planning on keeping the car as original as my grandfather had it or would have wanted it completed (his finger prints are allover my 48 ford f1 on how it was built). Ok my issue is my engine runs, but it's cracked in 3 places, 2 were previously repaired but failed. I'm on the list for one of Terry Burtz new blocks, I'm also on the list for a new Stipe 340 cam. I also was able to get 2 of my grandfathers holley 94's. Been reading previous posts to get information, but still uncertain on a banger head, been thinking about a Thomas head or a winfield. My big thing is that I just want it to look like a period correct post war car. Not opposed to running different carbs, or even just 1 vs 2. Any input would be greatly appreciated.