I have a number of options... First I have the crank / cam ready to box up... Aircraft Specialties is sending a box and packing material for shipment. Chuck Ney has replacement cases, either narrow deck or wide. If the crank is serviceable, it is interchangable between the cases. If the cam is serviceable it will only fit in the narrow deck case, then I will probably go with narrow. The cylinders look really good... compression was checked in the mid 70's before disassembly. Very little carbon deposits, and the exhaust valve, guides, cyinder walls (Chrome) pistons are in good shape, no obvious scoring... so if I go with the narrow case I will send the cylinders out for overhaul.