Welcome to my build thread. Comments are mandatory. 1969 Super Bee 383 AT PS Minnesota car with almost all the original parts it came with and a helluva lotta rust along the way. Got new quarters, deck filler, front splash shield, both front inner fenders, lower rear window corner patches, rear trunk floor/ extensions and outer wheel housings. Car came with a refurbished fuel tank and new rear frame rails / crossmember installed, nicely done too. Replacing the rusty, rotted and mudded RF fender with a clean southern piece that's on it's way. Metal patches on the LF fender and lower windshield corners. Not doing a concourse or rotisserie resto…….. no fancy stuff. Waiting on floor pan to arrive to continue with major stuff. Underside was blasted and looked good…. on the side I could see while it was parked in sellers shop. Too tight to see drivers side. Getting it ready for body shop I pulled the carpet and saw pavement on drivers floor area. Not really that surprised and a good floor is important to structure so the whole pan gets replaced. Might get lucky and only have to recover front seat, we'll see how well the rear seat cleans up and if the stitching holds. Good glass, instruments (visually), doors, rockers and interior trim. It'll also be getting a new vinyl top, carpet, headliner, package tray and insulation. Going with 14" black steel wheels and chrome lug nuts. Probably red lines. Car went to the body guy last week. He's an old skool body craftsman but can't paint anymore. Built a 1970 Monte Carlo SS…convertible. Also has a '69 Camaro grafted into/onto a '92 SS chassis….that's a convertible too. Currently grafting a '57 Chevy onto another SS chassis. My plan is to have him get the body ready for paint and then take it to another dude that is a great shooter, I'll finish installing / replacing mechanicals and interior……...sotra resto ala cart. Painter won't have time until Feb so that's good as the body should be done around middle of November….. if all goes well. Rebuilt 383…we'll see. Gonna pull the pan and see if any bugs got in and check the bores. If it looks good, off to dyne to see if it runs. Came without a carb and dizzy. Got lucky and found the correct # AVS on CL for a reasonable price, factory rebuilt, no fuel has ever been in it. Good day right there. Currently working on getting correct distributor and just found a nice thumbwheel AM radio. I'll get more pics of progress when I go to drop off floor pan and get excess parts out of body mans way.