Very nice '65! My dentist has an '65 coupe basket case that he and his (at the time) teenage son and he started to restore then abandoned. He's been making suggestions that he's getting rid of it and would like to see it finished. I'd love to have it just because it would be a fun project now that my son is old enough to help but my wife's not so sure. Speaking of which, I don't know when it happened but at some point I quit working on our daily drivers. I'll do some stuff, like changing out the wheel bearing on the '02 Mustang, but for the other stuff, I take it to a local garage that's treated us well. I don't even change oil anymore. But last weekend was beautiful and I took my '68 to work Saturday and Sunday. I noticed it seemed to be running a touch "off" plus it had yet another header collector leak. So yesterday after work, I went to the local parts store, got a pair of collector gaskets and a set of plugs and went to work. Since we bought our house a couple years ago, I really haven't done anything to the '68 except clean it. I actually forgot how much fun it is to work on the car. It only took an hour or so to do everything, but as I was under there I remembered all the stuff I need to do in the next couple months. Today I'm ordering the radiator I've been putting off, then I'm swapping on rear discs, then a new throw-out bearing because it's making noise. To me that's half the fun of owning an older car.