Hello all, I have acquired a running Buick 340 that I will be installing in my 1950 Willys Truck. I bought it as a running engine, but part of the deal was that the owner kept the carb. The truck will be primarily a street cruiser. It may see some dirt, but not much. I am leaning towards purchasing an Edelbrock AVS2 650 cfm carb for it. As I have come to learn the 340 is a bit of a unique animal, so I thought I should check in with the Buick experts before spending a bunch of money. This one has a 4 barrel intake, square bore (all 4 holes the same size?). I am not very carburetor savy; learning as I go. So what I've found out so far is that I need a special adapter plate for the AVS2. This guy: https://www.hedman.com/part-search/?PartNumber=3225 I think I would need an adapter even if I was not getting the AVS2 because of the location/size of the holes in this manifold, but I don't really know. I know carb preference is a lot personal opinion, but does this combo look reasonable for the Buick 340? It will have a TH400 mated to it with a Dana 20 transfer case. Easy of tuning and maintenance is a priority for me. Thanks.