I'm picking up a complete 360 this weekend. It runs great and everything is there except the carb. I won't know what cam is in it before I have it apart. It's a hydraulic though. The heads are the 3769974 casting and it comes with a LD340 intake. I have a 1970 Duster. It was a /6 car when I bought it with the 7 1/4 rear. I have swapped out everything. it now has a 8 3/4 rear with 3.73 gearing and a suregrip. 727 trans with shiftkit. 10" 3000 stall coverter. Upgraded brakes, torsionbars and leaf springs. I have been running a 273 Commando while hunting for 360's and I have done a lot to that engine. it runs really strong. I have a solid cam in the 273, so I have a complete valvetrain with adjustable rockers and Beehive springs, should I choose to go down that road. In the 273 I have the Magnum 270S grind. The carb I have at hand is a 650 Street Demon. So to list what I have at hand today: Heads: 3769974 casting 650 Street Demon Carb LD 340 Intake Complete valvetrain: Solid lifter Comp Cams Magnum 282S - 282/282 Lift 495/495 Beehive Springs Hooker Headers 2.5" Dual Exhaust / Super 44 Flowmaster PerTronix Ignitor II Billet distributer & Flame Thrower coil 8 3/4 with 3.73 and suregrip 3000 stall converter 275/60-14 rear tires I'm of to a good start. My goal for this 360 is to have a strong running, reliable street engine. I'm gonna have to use most of these parts listed except cam for now. I always missed torque with the 273, it's a high winder, but I never had much use of that on the street. I want this one to be fun on the street with lot's of torque. I'm starting this thread so I can get advice along the way. Budget is very limited so I want to make it right the first time and will be paying close attention to the advice of the experience on this forum. Of course I'm excited and have already started looking at cams etc and the XE268H looks like a good fit for me. But I wont be rushing anything. First I need to find out more about the engine and have remove the heads. If I'm lucky there might be a good cam in it already, the owner said it ran strong. I'm happy and exited!