After many years of looking and saving I finaly found and bought the car that I have always wanted, a 1968 Dodge Charger. :hello2: I have owned it for 7 years and have slowly been working on restoring it. After seeing how much work is involved in restoring I have had many ask me why I don't just buy one already restored. It is the restoration process that I am fastinated with. I love to build and restore things. I have never done this before so I am learning as I go. I have been loving it. I have often looked on the internet for help and have found this site and the members very helpful. I will be posting some of my processes that will hopefully help others and I plan on getting advice from anyone I can. The car that I am restoring has sat without a windshield for over 20 years. Because of that it had some rust and cancer in the interior. I will start by posting some of the parts that I have been cleaning and refinishing. Here are my front bucket seats and some of the things that I had to do. After removing all of the upholstery I dismantled it and sandblasted it in my cabinet blaster. My seat frame was broken and split so I had to straighten it and weld it back together. I will add some more tomorrow.