I finally got my '63 LeSabre wagon back from the shop. It started out as a rust-free wagon that had a pretty decent paint job, bad running engine, and really ugly wheels. The odo shows 89,000 miles and I think that might be correct. It had factory tilt wheel and a/c, both of which were a plus. While it was in the shop, the following was done: Rebuild engine and transmission Install FiTech fuel injection Add disc brakes Rebuild a/c compressor Install late model 12-bolt rear end Install cruise control Install aluminum radiator The previous owner had already installed dual exhaust on the car, so we left it alone. I had the windshield and tailgate glass replaced, since both were badly scratched. The interior is a Heinz 57 mixture of old and new. The door panels were worn, but good, so we decided to keep them. The dash cleaned up very nicely and we left everything in place. The carpet had been replaced by the previous owner. We did the following: Replaced steering column with Ididit tilt column Repaired steering wheel (had a couple of small cracks) Installed '66 Impala bucket seats Installed used Wildcat console I found on eBay Installed seat belts Recovered reat seat to match front seat Installed new carpet in cargo area Installed Riviera seat back panels on front seats It's not a trailer queen and I don't want it to be. I don't care about winning trophies. I want to be able to drive it and enjoy it and not worry if it gets a rock chip in the paint. We have a few more things to iron out, and I want to get some new floor mats. Maybe I'll see you on the road somewhere!