Funny thing is, if you think about it, it was sort of the gold standard for T-buckets back then, at least on the high profile cars. Grabowski, Ivo, Brasseau, all used V8-60 axles and 4 bars. I know there were several others in Hot Rod and R&C around that time set up the same. I would say that if a guy were building a 100% period-correct, circa 1960 T-bucket, he should be using an Almquist glass body, a 283 and a 4 bar. Wonder how the average HAMB-bone would react to a build thread like that? Kind of ironic, isnt it?