Hello All, I'm Tom, and I'm new to Forums, but here is a little info on me: My Car Experience: I'm 15, and in 10th grade. The first "Muscle Car" I ever remember riding in is my Dad's 1971 Buick Skylark Convert. Needless to say I wanted one of my own one day. Since my youth I have worked on a variety of cars with my dad. Those include his convert, a 1991 Corvette, a 1982 Camaro Drag Car, a 1977 Ford LTD Landau lowrider, and a couple Trucks. I have R&R engines, transmission and painted cars. My Car I was offered my dads first car, a 1973 Nova that we would build with a blower, but that wasn't what I wanted. I wanted a BUICK. I got a 1970 Buick Skylark 2-Door Post from a VW/Subaru Dealership. Some guy traded it in during a midlife crises. When we bought the car, it was setup as a mild pro street: 455, Turbo 400, Fiberglass Hood and 10 bolt Posi. I was able to track down the previous owner who rebuilt the car. He said that the 455 was bored 0.030" over, had aftermarket pistons and a Poston 112 Cam. It also had Eldebrock Carb & Intake, 67 430 Heads. The Turbo 400 has a mild shift kit. The 10 bolt Posi had 2.90 gears it, but was tight. With the Car planned on being a Dailey Driver, Pro touring was the way to go for me. I am posting this on the end of my build, but I'll try and keep it interesting. The Modifications that I have done: Global West Negative Roll Upper and Lower Control Arms 1977 Buick Century Tall Spindles & Disk Brakes QA1 Dual Adjustable Coil-Overs New Moog Steering Linkage Global West Front 1 1/8" Solid Sway Bar AGR 12.7:1 Steering Box Power Steering Cooler Currie Axles Ford 9 inch (Detroit Locker and 4.11 Gears). Eldebrock Adjustable Rear Control Arm Global West Lower Rear Control Arm Adjustable Proportional Valve Line Lock Rear Disk Brakes Modifications To Do: Purchase and Install New Steering Wheel Replace Inner Fender Replace Heater Core Install Electric Cooling Fan Install HEI and MSD Fabricate new Shifter Handle Fabricate Side Exit Exhaust Purchase and Install Tires and Install New Rims Purchase and Install Shorty Headers Pictures and Documentation of the Work will come later, I just wanted to introduce myself on this website so I can ask for help as I get farther along with this project, because I usually end up needing it. Feel Free to Comment, Thank You For Your Time, Tom!