I picked up a 70 Road Runner convertible project car back in August. I needed another project car like i need an extra hole in my head,but real RM27N0 cars don't come up for sale every day! I wasn't planning to start on this project anytime soon,but the car was blasted to bare metal,and placed on a dolly,and even though I had it wrapped up tight,I started seeing some flash rust starting on it,so I got it out of the storage trailer and into the shop,and started prepping the car for etch primer,and primer over that so it would be protected. Both rear quarter panels were skim coated with a heavy coat of body filler from end to end,so I got my block out and started blocking the quarters. I was surprised to find that most of the filler ended up on the floor,and they appear to be the original quarter panels. The car does need a trunk floor pan,but the rear frame rails are good,as is the rear crossmember and the tailpanel. The about a foot of the right front frame rail needs to be replaced where the bumper bracket bolts up,a clean piece came with the car. there are about 25 spots that need pieces welded into them throughout the car,but it being completely blasted to bare metal top and bottom,everything is visible and there are no ugly surprises hiding under the paint or undercoating. It needs a drivers side floor pan too. The plan for now is to get it sealed up from the elements,and start gathering parts for the car. It was an automatic car that was converted to a 4 speed at some point. It is a yellow car with black interior and top.