Wow! How cool to know those facts! All I know about mine is from an old registration slip and what I've observed,...'dad' drove it to death, son drove through fields (weeds and dirt packed up in spots underneath) and blew the transplanted 350 (#'s showed it from a station wagon, to replace the original 305). They damaged the carb so badly in fiddling with it, that I had to break the Rochester's linkage to pour gas down it to start the engine. I got HUGE billows of white smoke. Just replaced my brake master rubber diaphragm that I installed in about 2004, and the front hood stops needed some new rubber bumpers, so I've got those to install when the weather permits,...the car doesn't need anything else,...isn't that nice? Happy New Year to all of you! Have a good one and stay safe! Todd.