I dropped this '70 Stage 1 GS 455 off for restoration with Rich Johns yesterday at his shop in Ontario. The car is very rough but surprisingly complete and original. The Stage 1 engine still has the VIN stamped in the block and doesn't look like it has ever been out of the car. Same for the BB transmission, rear end, and frame. Rich and I (ok Rich did the work, I just mostly got in the way) pulled the engine. I am bringing it back to Minnesota with me. While Rich is restoring the car, Jim Weise is going to build a new engine for it. I will put the numbers matching block and heads on the shelf so I can drive the completed car without worrying about hurting the original stuff. The car was built during the first week of December 1969. So it has the pointed lenses, clear top overflow tank, and plastic radiator cover. It was pretty well optioned when it was built, with disc brakes, black vinyl roof, black buckets, console, rally gauges, 8-track player, air conditioning, auto trans, and I-have-never-seen-another-set-in-my-life-14 inch "Super Sport" wheels. I have purchased the following parts for the car from board members so far. Thanks for the help! Wheelz - Restored console and wide pin Stage 1 emblem Marxjunk - NOS cigarette lighter GS Spoken Here - NOS clear top overflow tank TurboV6 - Restored 8-track player. I will be looking for a new passenger side fender and front bumper core for sure along with who knows what else. I will also post occasional pics and updated as progress is made. Bonus - The engine got to spend the night in it's birthplace of Flint Michigan when I stopped for the night on the way home!