Thanks for the reply, Dave. I'll probably take the easy route on the glass and just have someone get that in for me.
As for the fun stuff, I just picked up this '67 wagon a few weeks ago, which from what I am finding was an original 396 car with T400. However, for whatever reason, it now has a straight six that is on her last leg. I came across a decent builder 350 4 bolt, complete minus carb for a deal I couldn't pass up. It came out of a '72 3/4 ton, and looked to be in relatively good shape.
I'm just now getting it torn down. It will be getting washed, magnafluxed and checked, and then I'll begin the slooooow process of getting my parts together to start the build. You know, that whole $$ issue and what not... So far I have a set of Vortec heads, a good block and any other stock components I might be able to reuse out of it. Obviously, I have some work to do... I figured I'm in a good place for that.
I'll be going for a relatively mild build, and I want this to really be a sleeper. It won't be spending any time at the strip, but it's always fun to smoke a fart box (Honda) off the line at a stop light. Know what I mean?
We'll see how it turns out in the end, but I think like most of us here, I'm just here for the riiiiide maaaan.
This is my first major overhaul. I'll be doing motor, complete new wiring harness, suspension upgrade, brake overhaul (eventually), and hopefully some LITTLE "new age" stuff to make it safer and easier to drive. ie lights, windshield wiper upgrade, and some extra gauges.
I will get pics posted as soon as I can. Before and afters make it way more bitchin in the end.
Thanks again for the welcome, Dave!