I was going to get back to you before now. A new unrelated project popped up and is stealing my spare time. I'll be getting back to it in a week or so. Thanks for the lead, I'll take the time tonight to go through it.
My biggest concerns involve engine height, oil pan depth, hood clearance, building headers and that sort of thing which I've absolutely no experience with for this engine. I'm also planning on running the exhaust under the car. I've been involved in the past with quite a number of 7 builds, but Toyota was pretty much the drive-line of choice.
My reasons for using the L67 are maybe a little bizarre. I bought a new Bonneville SSEI in '92, because I was impressed with the engine's performance and since then I always wanted to put one in a 7. The other is when Ken Howatson was producing the MCC7 kits and turnkeys, I was doing all of the electrical work for him. Ken was a true race car mechanic and wouldn't allow anything in his cars that wasn't rock solid and well proven. We fought about it every day.
The car I'm building was actually just started by Ken, days before he passed on. When I helped his Widow close the business down, I took the car and promised Liisa that I would finish it so it truly is the very last MCC7.
The car has lots of new electronics and a drive-line that Ken would not approve of. I have a picture of Ken on my garage wall so I can smile at him while I'm doing stuff he would never allow and I hope he's looking down from racing heaven. By the way, the picture is of a very young Ken sitting on a car trailer next to his Volvo P1800 that he had put a Chev drive train in. He rolled the car through turn 5 at Mosport, it flipped over many times. Both Ken and the Volvo look pretty sad.
Thanks again for the offer to help; I'll certainly take advantage, you folks look pretty experienced from my perspective.