After sitting in the trailer for the last six months since I got it home, I was finally able to get the Corvette into the shop to start on it(the Olds is at the upholster for the interior). My original plan was to build another straight axle, gasser-styled car, but the chassis on this car has undergone a complete restoration,including the front end being totally gone through,sandblasted and powder coated black,etc. So, I figure I'd install some 4 inch blocks to give it the right stance, and later, if I still feel the need for an axle, everything un-bolts and I'll make some bolt on brackets to mount the front springs etc. This will be a street driven car ( as is my 55 Chevy) with an occasional trip to the Drags (Nostalgia events,etc). I have a 454 that is going in with the four speed Muncie that is already in the car. I would like to run Hilborn EFI stack injection, and am still researching that as I go along with the build (nothing I need immediately). Tomorrow I will install a set of Lakewood slapper bars and that should take care of the rear suspension. I'll install a six point roll bar, and anything else it will need to pass NHRA tech inspection. Anyway, this will give me something to do for the next year or so.