It's okay @Tuck. This journey has been dangerously deep. I have contemplated selling the body several times because I was concerned that I was too completely wrapped up in my dad's dream to ever really make it mine. I have thought that I couldn't live up to his legacy. I have thought that because what I want from this car and what he wanted were so far apart that I could never do it justice. But, I've built two other cars since I first got it, and while completely different, they have come together right next to this one. I've learned a ton along the way, and thought about this car constantly, and am at the point now where I feel like I know what I want this car to be outside of where my dad was headed with it, and I'm very pleased to see it progress along each small step. I've also come to the conclusion that life is for the living, and if I want to honor him the best thing I can do is make this pile of parts a car and drive the wheels off it. That's the best tribute I can possibly pay him. It doesn't matter how far apart our visions were. What matters is that it becomes a car that eats up miles. At some point, this thread isn't going to reflect an illusion of progress any longer, but real honest-to-goodness progress that results in a killer hot rod. I am really excited for that point. And it's closer than I can imagine. Once the snow ball of a million little things gets rolling, it's hard to stop.