Started up working on this again. I didn't take any pictures of it, but I installed an OHC starter nose cone on a Buick 455 starter for a bit more oomph starting up.

Got the project work board out for this one. I've added a few things to the list since I took the picture, like add oil and prime the system.

Got the exhaust system for the run stand sorted out. I may have to cut the pipe just before the bend and adjust from there once in the car, this will do for now.

No where in Ely sells exhaust reducers so I had to improvise. So a few slices, some hammer taps and some welding fill. Due to my (lack) of awesome skills I had to fill a lot of gaps where the second pipe slide into that hole.

I also fabricated up the crankshaft sensor mount as well as did final mounting of the alternator, complete with new belt.

Got the sensor wiring routed safely around the exhaust. I'll put the alternator charging wire into the black loom when I wire it up.

Tomorrow's plan is to work on the fuel system and finish up the wiring.
Rebuilding an OHC Pontiac 250 with EFI and a Turbo