I'm just really catching up the last year and a half of my Challenger project. My Challenger is a 1973, that I am converting into a 1970 tribute. Therefore the project name 73-2-70. Part of the reason for the year switch is that I like the 1970 better, but also because the 1970 has some much more available aftermarket wise. The other reason I wanted a 1970, is that I had a 70 over 30 years ago, that I bought as a project and never really worked on. I felt bad about never finishing it. It is the one car in my life that I wished I had kept. My other Challenger was a 1972, if I had found a 1972-1974 complete I would not have chanced the year. My current car was bought as a shell on eBay with no nose pieces. It is a 318 base car, so the conversion seemed to make more sense. So, with that said, time for pictures and explanations. This is a picture from the eBay listing. The car was listed on Craigslist for a long time, and also on eBay 3 times. The first two auctions were with a reserve, and the last one was without. I had watched the auctions and noticed the bidding did not go very high. I think the car not being complete, plus the fact that it was in the Pacific Northwest made shipping cost a deterrent to a lot of buyers. I had to have it shipped, but it was only 250 miles away, so not to bad. The driver was really a pretty cool guy. He said that a lot of people were giving him the thumbs up while bringing it down. He even had a couple of guys asking questions about it at a gas station. A few more pictures from the eBay listing, to show what I stated with. The owner had started the project. They had car blasted, and patch panel installed. The car was from California, with no rust in the frame rails or quarters. The patchwork itself was only sections, not complete panels. It structurally sound work, and in places that will be covered in the trunk and floor. Since this is not a numbers matching car, I did not want to redo everything. I had 3 trips into Washington to get parts. One was a large parts lot, that I have been able to get some parts from, and sell some other things off to help pay for other parts. I bought this 1993 dodge D-200 for the engine and transmission. The 5.9 Magnum has the advantage of a hydraulic roller cam, but the big draw for me,is the A-518 overdrive trans. I am adding a stiffing kit to help with handling. Also, I changed to core support to accept the larger 26 inch radiator.