Put the floor panel back in place ... looks good with 3 pedals. Then, on to wiring. I've never wired a complete car before. It was a little daunting at the start, but every wire was put in its place, one at a time. I used a Rebel Wire harness, with the fuse block tucked up inside the AM radio where the tubes used to live. Any wires that are visible in the engine compartment are spliced to cloth-covered wire from the Hot Rod Company. I used asphalt wire loom and friction tape to keep them together. There is still some finishing work to do in the engine compartment. I installed an electric fan for now, until I can get/make a longer shroud. The headlight wiring is also not finalized, as I will be installing relays hidden inside an Autronic Eye control box. Column-shift automatic to a floor-shift 3-speed -- what a difference. I definitely need to change up the stick on this Ansen shifter. Since my car was a straight 8 car, and the V8 sits several inches forward, the shifter has lots of room in front of the bench seat. But the stick is short and curved forward to clear the bench in a stock 55-56 Pontiac. I plan to adapt a different stick to it --- something like a Jeep CJ2 stick, round rod, single bend, 2ft long. These shifters are so hard to come by, I hate to cut the stick off, but the way it is, it's a big reach down to shift. If anyone out there has an Ansen shifter stick that's been cut off, and wants to work out a swap for this one, send me a message.