I got the final remnants of my parts car removed and taken to the scrap yard, sold most of the rest of the parts, and boxed up what I wanted to keep. That was a big one-year-long distraction. My 1961 LeSabre is at the upholstery shop getting some some stuff fixed so I have plenty of room in the shop. So yesterday I decided to start chipping away at the long list of things I have been wanting to install, fix, or improve on my 1967 GS400. We will see how much I get done before winter's over. THE LIST Install tilt steering column (from parts car) Get self cancelling turn signals to cancel Flush cooling system & diagnose overheating problems Install rebuilt carb Touch up engine paint Install smog pump Sort out heater hose lengths Get seat belts restored Re-plate and reinstalled original brake booster Plate hood latch Flush brake system Electronic ignition in distributor Install correct hose clamps Install greenline gauges Install correct mirror *Forgot a couple of things: Un-install transmission shift kit Install correct transmission oil pan Replace sketchy looking transmission cooler lines ** Forgot one more thing: Install re-chromed front bumper from parts car. I already fixed a leaking hose for the convertible top. As these things do, that project expanded into "might as well get the seat belts fixed while I have the back seat out" type project. So I boxed up the belts and am sending them to Ssnake Oyl (how'd they ever come up with that name?) to get the buckles restored and new webbing sewn in. I included a couple of seat belt labels out the parts cars to replace the originals that were missing. I will get them shipped out after Christmas shipping mayhem dies down.