I just picked up this original paint untouched GS400 from George and I am really excited to get to work. There are a few problem areas to be addressed but I hope to go right to body work once I swap the suspension over from my 72. The RH core support and inner fender have some rust, the left half of the trunk needs repair/replacement and the very lower portion of the LH quarter panel needs repair. Everywhere else on this car is clean and solid. The floors are solid, rear window, trunk decklid, rh quarter, both front fenders. It is pretty impressive the car survived like this. The original 400 motor is unfortunately seized and will need a total rebuild. I am not sure if I want to do a mild build of the 400 or sit it on a stand and preserve it for the future as a numbers matching engine. It still has all the switch pitch linkages and the switch, I believe the quadrajet is original too. Even the spark plug wires look like they have never been changed and all the hood insulation is intact. All the trim is here except for the trunk and the RH rear wheel well. The interior is complete but certainly dirty. The headliner and carpet will need to be replaced, but door panels and seats may be able to be saved for driver quality. I have never owned a GS before and I am excited my first one is a 67. I hope to get this car into a body shop before winter. I would like to paint it gold mist again for originality sake but my wife is not a big fan of the color. Any nice gold mist cars here to change her mind? I appreciate any advice towards how I approach this. My goal is to make this as original as possible while improving some hidden aspects of the car. Modern style suspension, a mild 455, modern but original appearing stereo system.