Cheers man. I'm at it for sure and yes it's pretty nice car already by my standards anyway. It's what I'd call a patina car .. not a full on resto project .. not a show car. It's kind of in between but I'm cool with it. Pretty much in my wheel house I'll take you up on that. I'm just really sorry it didn't work out for us to meet up as I'd loved to have seen your car as well. Thanks for sharing the journey along the way in your project thread and the journey made from coast to coast afterward. Top notch in every way IMHO in both respects. Well I could answer that in a few ways, but what I intend to do it up thread in comment #26 although obviously not all of that has to be done. Really it could have been on the road with minimal effort I'd say but my desire has always been to kind of make this the test mule I read about years ago in an old Mopar Mag that had Ebooger (I think) doing stuff with a 67 Coronet. I've wanted to do the things they did plus things that have come along in my mind or in reading about other changes since those articles and updates. I'm going to do most but probably not all from my earlier post #27 to this car as the intention is daily driver for most of the year or at least capable of being a daily driver ... like all my mopars used to be Yeah I've been around them enough to know they are a bit differnt and cost the extra expense, not to mention the whole early / late 68, then the 68 is diff than 69/70 in other things too ... but I just love the 68's and round side markers, first year styling, and the fact that the lid comes off at will LOL. Nothing like driving a good looking Hot Rod Dodge with a retracting top IMHO. Oh and yeah for whatever reason I love the 22" Rads from theses cars ... always loved the rounded tops so I eventualy will be working with GlenRay I imagine unless I can find a way to get very nice results visually for less $$. I think I may have an old rad with the right straps to use and if not will def call Bob.