If you should decide to run a stick in your car, quick time makes a scatter shield that adapts a Muncie or a top loader to it. Two things they don't mention in the discription are they are NOT Sfi approved, the fly wheel is enclosed in the block,only the clutch is housed in the bell. And the other which I found helpful is the clutch fork can be installed in either the drivers side or the passenger side. I used a early Chevrolet forged fork and made a bracket for a slave that allowed me to put it on the passenger side. It gets real tight on the drivers side with the starter,steering box and the clutch linkage. Every little bit helps.