Hello all, so here's my first thread. I hope you enjoy this project as much as I will, and I hope to garner any advice and knowledge you have along the way. So as the title states, this thread, and my first real project is a 1964 Buick Riviera. (Pictures to come soon). It is a recent acquisition, and I had to buy it in proxy, but I will have eyes and hands on it in a day or two. Here's the scoop; Two owners before me. Originally came with the Super Wildcat, dual-carb option. First owners wife managed to blow the motor, and so it was swapped with the standard 425. Some years later it came to the gent I bought it from. He hadn't done anything to it, and it sat for some time. Just before he sold it, he started to take the trim off in prep for body work and paint. Condition of the car: Still wearing the heavily worn, original white paint. Rust isn't too bad all things considered. There's some at the corners of the doors, and the rear fenders. The worst appears to be at the cowling. I'm not too nervous about it so long as it hasn't touched the frame underneath. The windshield is cracked (anybody know where to get one?). The upholstery, namely the drivers seat and carpet, needs to be redone. Motor seems to run strong, but there's a small tranny leak somewhere. Otherwise mechanically sound. Not too shabby overall as far as I'm concerned. The first order of business will be removing the rust, and rattle-canning (gasp!) to prevent any further rust until I can actually make the repairs. Oh, and a merry belated Christmas, and happy New Years!