Was about to have my CJ's Dauntless 225 rebuilt at the end of this summer (valve seats, new timing chain, seals, etc). When I came across a pristine marine dauntless 225 still in the original crate from shipment in 1970. I picked it up for $80 bucks and took it home to start figuring out what needs work. The motor had been stored indoors since 1970 in the crate still with the metal banding holding it down, all ports/openings covered in the tape from the original shipment. It still even had the original inspection sticker on the heavy flywheel. Looking inside it is still brand new. No rust at all, seems like it was fogged at the factory and un touched since then. My question to you all is how to figure out if it is the correct directional rotation. I looked through all of the forums, checked casting numbers and such cant figure out if it would be a solid swap for my 225 if I change the distributor and cooling system over.. Don't want to get too excited to drop in my CJ if the rotation is the wrong direction or if I am missing something. Any help or direction would be appreciated!!