Here is what I am after. A long lasting and reasonably efficient 400hp 500 tq. Not tough at all and I may even overshoot this slightly. The truck is a beater at this point. 360, 4 speed, Dana 44 front, 9" rear, old and well used. Gearing is 3.50's. Would like to stick with that. The basic use will be parts chaser, fun truck, wife go to home depot for potting soil etc. Stuff a ordinary F-150 would do, just I want a little fun. Engine - I am picking up a unknown condition 93 EFI 460 and a 4x4 E4OD. Engine may be blown up and trans may need work. that being said it has all the harnesses, ECU and accessories for serp belts etc. I have a set of D0VE heads here, maybe can use them. My thinking is, either rebuilt this 460 or acquire a good rebuild candidate. Aiming for say 9.5-10:1 compression for ability to run on ordinary gas. Forged pistons. Min overbore to clean up. Hydraulic roller cam. Headers. Maybe retain the EFI if possible with tweecer or 460 EFI guys stuff and bigger injectors etc. Or carb with trans controller. End goal is something that will be respectable 0-70, have a bit of cam rumble and otherwise be very driveable. Not planning on doing long trips with it but may use it to tow my 71 Mach 1 to the track. (BTW the Mad Porter did the heads for it). Open to suggestions and guidance.