Been tinkering with old mopars since high school. (class of '73) Had my fun with 383's and 440's in my youth. Back to flatheads now. I have a '54 Savoy that I have owned since 1984- it was my daily driver back then. The Hy-drive developed the typical leak and it sat in my garage for 20 years until my youngest son decided that we needed to get it back on the road, So with his help, we rebuilt the hy-drive, put in all new brakes, put in rings and bearings and got it back on the road. It is not a show car by any stretch, more of a survivor and fun car to drive on a nice summer day.