It has been about 2 months since my last post. I would like to tell you a lot has happened since then, but can't. We hauled the '68 to my painters mid April and it has sat there ever since collecting dust! Oh well. He told me it would be a while and he would work on it as he had time, and he has been pretty busy so I am being patient! Every year, the day before Fathers Day our church puts on a car show and we usually average 200 cars. This year we hit 250. I don't have many pictures of the rest of the show unfortunately, and the pics of my car don't show the rest of what is going on, but it was a blast. We have live music, hot dogs, etc. It, along with the 4th of July, is my favorite day of the year. Forget Christmas, I want a sunburn and good selection of hot rods. Anyways, I drove the car from the painters to the church, which was about 4 miles. The car ran absolutely great! This is the first time I have driven it with all of the essentials hooked up. My carb still needs some tuning, but it runs. Anyways, I was not expecting this at all, but I actually won an award at the show for "Under Construction!" I was not the only one with a car mid way restored there, but mine definitely had the most contrast between the engine bay and the three different primers/paint. I also took off a front fender to show the shiny new suspension that was installed. This is my cousin with his dads 1970 Boss 302 w/ matching numbers. Very impressive rig pushing 450+ HP. Scary fast. All in all, not a bad day! Even my son has a good time and refrained from touching the shiny cars. He is BIG into cars, but typically wants to climb into them. He did very well and kept his hands to himself the whole time. A kind gentleman who seems to get the whole car thing let Peyton sit in the seat and turn the wheel. He loved it. Should have got a pic of the old truck, not sure exactly what it was, but my son sure loved it!