I've been lurking several years watching all the fun and it just so happens I got a work break (unemployed) and damn I hate when that happens! Oh well, at least it was self inflicted! I've been collecting parts for a HA/GR since their inception so I decided it was either now or never to slap them together to see what they look like. Honestly, I've had the front axle, spring, spindles and steering arm for 15 years so I count them as free. There's a joke at my house that goes something like "I can build that in 2 weeks for $2 thousand dollars." Yep, my wife isn't fooled and knows to apply a multiplier where everything takes me 5 times longer and 10 times the cost. True to form I claimed I could rough this car up in 2 weeks and only spend $1 thousand. The good news is I'll only double the dollar cost but i'm right on track with the time multiplier. I pulled a S-10 rear at 1/2 at off days from Pick-Your-Part and slapped some old tires on it for mock-up. The front wheels are Sportster 19" and I turned the spindles to match them. I reversed the Corvair box and borrowed the scattershield from another project for mock-up. The engine and trans are donated and the only sizeable cost is in the tubing and sheet alumnium. Pay no attention to the slicks as I'm ordering L78-15 Coker's this week for the rear. So here she is at 6 weeks.