I am on most other Mopar sites and use the same username on all of them as well as my e-mail, paypal, eBay, and all other forums/sites I am on. I have been into Mopars for a long time and my father has been into them since the mid 70's. I have owned quite a few mopars already and still have quite the collection. Most are cars awaiting restoration butsome are nice drivers. I have mostly A-body stuff, but within the past 2 months recently aquired to cool B-bodies. Both need to be restored and are missing the original drivetrains. The GTX has the GTX & 4-speed specific items. It came with a 23-spline tranmission and a fresh 1971 non HP 440. It has an 8-3/4" rear under it. The Bee has the 4-speed stuff, all the original tinted windows, and a lot of the small stuff. It also has an 8-3/4" under it as well. The first one is my butterscotch 1969-1/2 Dodge Super Bee A12 'M' code six pack lift off hood car. Other then being an A12 car it is very much a base model. The only option being tinted windows all the way around. It is a 4-speed, bench seat car. The second one is my medium blue metallic 1968 Plymouth GTX which is a 440 HP, 4-speed, 3.54:1 posi Dana rear end car. It has the blacked out performance hood treatment.