Well I have dusted off the cobwebs from the Fastback, I worked on it for the first time in 4 years... I cut a coil mostly due to the fact I was tired of it stance, and I am glad I did, my hour of effort has left the car with a much more aggressive stance. though the cars power train will be changing. I will be selling the built low compression 331, in favor of a naturally aspirated Aluminum 351 based stroker shooting for at least 500 and 500 at the wheels. I also plan on replacing the TKO 900 with a T-56. The Notch weighs in a 2830, and made 486, and 490 at the wheels and was very fun to drive, and very quick. I came to the conclusion that this was probably more enough power to suit my needs as a "corner carver" and that simplicity and durability while making every attempt to shaving weight of the nose of the car would be the goals. So once I sell the Notch and the old power plant, I will start working on the fastback once again with a goal or trying to all the major components of the together by the fall.