Spent last night "playing". I have to admit, this part is actually fun to me. Was outside from about 8-11 and got the headlight buckets on, grill on and front valance on. Normally wouldn't take nearly that long, but we had to weld the one piece of the healight bucket to the fender, like it's supposed to be. Our fender didn't have it attached when we bought the car. So I spent a little time aligning-and there was dinner by florecent light too...mmm...a little grease never hurt anyone right? lol. She's not exactly ready for prime time, but the rattle can paint job will have to do-it also is helping us in the great paint debate (which yellow to go with). At least she looks like a car again! We still have to switch out the drivers side door, and some misc stuff, in addition to getting the motor and tranny in (as soon as the motor shows up!!). we pushed her out of the garage yesterday to turn her around so we can get the motor in when it arrives-so far, looks like a varient on Chrome Yellow is going to end up the final color choice. I can't wait to go home and get back to work-still need to tweak the pass headlight bucket so the grill lines up better. I just wish it wasn't 90 outside!! Looks like tomorrow am while my hubby is at work I'll be doing some painting and more "final" assembly. No interior work yet, as we're waiting on a guy to put in the 10 point cage. We can drive it with the two seat in it, who needs a carpet and headliner anyway?