Rich...if my '68 had an original drivetrain it'd be like yours or Tom's! The original 327 and whatever manual transmission it had was long gone by the time it got to me...chuckle. When I got it in '83 it had a small-journal 327 with an ancient 4GC Rochester 4bbl and an M-21. The transmission tunnel had been butchered with a huge, gaping hole for a Mr. Gasket Vertical Gate shifter. On top of that, the cowl tag was gone, so I have no idea what factory stuff it had beyond a 327 with a manual transmission, console, vinyl top, and the Z21 trim package. So I just made a hotrod out of it. I actually envy you guys who have cars with pedigrees----be it a 327/210, a Z/28 or an L-78. They're worth a lot more than mine, and you know their history. Sorry if it sounded like I was knocking a 307 car--I was just curious because I've seen so few of them.