Well to all of the folks that followed my Morris Minor Gasser build. The car is sold and has been replaced with a 1965 Comet 202 4 door station wagon . It will be built with the intent of running the new SEGA super stock class. It is a class for the guy or gal that wants to race heads up with a stick shift car but does not want a straight axle car or who does not have the fat wallet to compete with the top cars in the Gasser ranks. It is not cheap to do any kind of motorsports, but the rules in the super stock class are still lbs per cubic inch . the small block car race at 9.5 lbs per cubic inch and the big block cars run at 8.5 lbs per cubic inch. With the FE ford at 8.25 lbs per cubic inch. the rules are more restrictive allowing only dual plane type intake manifolds and having a spec 29x7.0 inch tire that Hoosier has made for the class. Only H pattern shifters, approved heads. The whole rule package is on the SEGA website. I chose the 65 Comet wagon because I like 65 Comets and I like station wagons . I am going to use the motor that I was building for the Morris Minor. A 333 inch Windsor and my Liberty prepped top loader. I have sent my twisted input shaft off to Liberty to replace the shaft portion with a new shaft made from 300 M . That way I can keep my new clutch that I already have. I will need a new oil pan and my motor will be ready. Eventually the Windsor will be replaced by a small cubic inch FE because technically a 352 is a big block and can be lighter than my Windsor and who wouldn't like to see an FE in that car ? Here is the car. We went down to Conyers ,Ga. today and picked it up.