I'm in the middle of restoring a '69, and am to the point of rebuilding the trans (TH400) and the motor. Which seems to be all numbers matching to the car. This car will probably be driven fairly regularly. At least a couple times a week. So... My question, what would "the experts" here recommend for the motor rebuild? I obviously want the most power possible. But need to keep it on pump gas so it can be driven a lot. I'll take any advice you guys have to give. I have no knowledge as to what is inside the motor at this time. I have had it running, been never driven. (Trans leaking out the front pump) It seemed to be running quite good from what i could tell. The heads (62 heads) have definitely been to a machine shop. (newer style freeze plugs in them) Other than that, it all looks factory. Intake manifold. Rochester carb. Factory exhaust manifolds. I would prefer to still use the same heads. Not go the stroker route. Other than that, tell me what you would do if it was your car looking for the same daily driver mixed with decent power outcome.