Hello all. I'd appreciate your experienced thoughts, opinions, suggestions, etc... on what I currently have driveline-wise for my '64 Polara convertible and where I think I want to go with my restoration. History of what I have: 1. Car is originally a 318 automatic but the only original driveline part that I have is the tapered rear axle. When I bought the car, the P.O. included a 727 cable shift Trans. numbered G2466147 1850873. I've decoded this as a 1965 for a 361, 383, or 413 'B' or 'C' body. It has a 30 spline output shaft that has nothing attached to it. The tailshaft measures 18 1/2" long and is numbered 2464217-4 and the number '64' is in the date wheel. I also have a torque convertor but I'm not sure what it is. 2. I acquired a ball & trunnion drive shaft from a FBBO member here. It has a 4" diameter flange and measures 58 9/16" from the flange face to the center line of the rear cross. 3. I've acquired a 1967 HP 440 motor and some miscellaneous parts for it. My current plan for the motor is to build it as a factory looking Max Wedge clone running on pump gas. 4. I'd like to keep the cable shifting, the B&T driveshaft, and the tapered rear in the car simply for originality reasons. *The car will not be raced as long as I own it.* Driveline Questions: 1. Will the 1965 transmission work with the 1967 440 motor without issues? 2. Can I adapt the 65 transmission to work with my B&T driveshaft? If 'yes' what would you recommend? And yes, I realize that 65 was the first year for the slip yoke and that I'm trying to go the opposite direction of the way most folks go. Thanks!