....4 door! So I picked up this car a couple years ago, and had big plans for it. I was going to get it going in a couple weeks and make it my daily driver... Wellllll.... life got in the way. Work, kids, you know the routine. Any way, fast forward to the end of April when I was hit from behind in my daily driver. It was totaled out, and I got a nice little payout. Seeing as how I'm kinda floating between jobs right now I figured this would be the perfect time to jump on the Pontiac! Fair warning - I SUCK at taking picture as I go, so you'll notice some gaps. Also, all these were all taken with my phone, so quality is marginal, at best... If you guys show some interest I'll try to take my camera to the shop to get some better pictures. Here is what it looked like when I found it Between when I purchased it and the beginning of this big push I got a few things done. Started filling trim holes and such. This pic is from May 11 when I got it to the shop. I started disassembling and one thing leads to another and next thing you know it looks like this Next I focused on the body. Got all the trim holes filled, shaved the bumps on the passenger quarter (I had done the drivers side previously), shaved the front parklamps to clean up the grill, and frenched the headlights. Most of the filler work done and primed Then I got it all blocked out and added some color! This is just a blue epoxy primer because there are still some more body modifications I want to do before the bottom gets shiny Then the top, and the dash got some gloss white. ...Which I don't seem to have a good picture of right now. I'll edit one in tomorrow. The dash then got a LIBERAL dose of blue pearl, along with the column and a couple other interior bits. Again, picture fail on my part, I'll add one in tomorrow. And to bring you up to date, I got the chassis and the bottom of the car cleaned up and coated with some black epoxy. And back on those pretty wide whites that came with the car Hopefully tomorrow the body will go back on the chassis, and maybe start wiring it up with the Rebel Wiring harness I picked up for it.