I bought this car in February of 1990, removed the (warranty replacement) engine to repaint it and tracked down a proper dual snorkel air cleaner to make it look presentable. That April we had it in the World of Wheels Oshawa show beside my Super Bee. I've done absolutely nothing to it in the 29 years since, other than the wife or I driving the shit out of it and then of course life got in the way and it's been pretty much parked the past 15 years. I think we've put about 4200 miles on the car in 29 years. Following the wife home from a car show in Lindsay one year, me driving the Bee, I can confirm that the ass end drops about 2" when you hit about 120! I have a couple of shelves full of parts for it to install, that I collected before I started on my Bee restoration, in anticipation of being at the 50th Anniversary of the Wing car gathering in Alexandria City, Alabama and Atlanta Georgia. So she's my next project to have ready to take to Alabama the first week of October. Figured I may as well do a thread on cleaning this machine up as well, but it will certainly be no restoration! ................................................................................... I haven't had this car on a hoist, or seen the bottom of it, since we were installing an exhaust system 29 years ago! SO glad that this is a true factory undercoated car! It's allowed to look like shit underneath! Rear drivers side 6 leaf spring assembly. 2539794 Passenger side 7 leaf assembly. 2539964 Sure wish the Bee had of been this solid... Need to go over the front suspension and make sure it's ready for Altlanta Motor Speedway laps! Had never noticed that the passenger side signal lense was broken. Can't see it looking at the car, only from straight up underneath. I knew the drivers side was broken and bought, thankfully, a pair... so I have both lenses covered. Might need a lower hose, or just the a new clamp with some tension.. time will tell. Hopefully it's not the radiator. Don't forget.. Righty Loosey and Lefty Tighty !