Greetings, wise masters of hot rodding! My name is Zane Luekenga and I am a student at McPherson College in the Automotive Restoration program. I definitely believe in keeping tradition alive and respected, and I know you fellers do too. I recently started working for a restoration shop here in KS and I just happened to stumble upon a hemi owned by my boss. Well, it has been my dream to own an early hemi and even though I told myself I didn't need it, those cries were muffled by the hemi! ANYWAY! The engine is a 1956 DeSoto 330ci Fire Flite S24 and I was just wondering if I could get any information at all pertaining to it. I want to build it as traditionally as I can, but also make it solid for daily use. I don't want it to be riding the fence, just solid....First question ever: Should I regrind or do y'all know of anyone that makes custom cams for these? Yes, I am new to engines and this hemi is going to be my first rebuild which is sketchy (so I've read). But it's a hemi and it's worth every penny to me and mine. Thanks for any and all info!