OFF LIMIT for me is big dollar date correct factory parts
Rich, I'm on a similar track with my 307 PG. It will never be a big dollar collector car, it doesn't make sense to spend stupid money for a rare date correct but still not original part. I am mildly upgrading as I go. It will be years before sunlight sees my car again, but it will have upgrades for safety and reliability. Looks will be kept stockish, patch panels will be used where possible instead of full panels, some may be Pontiac (not NOS) I like the idea of the Trans Am spoiler and the hood tach, might be interested in an l88 hood. The missing vinyl top will be replaced, I also plan on the dx1 stripe, sound will be modern but discreet, and less than a bazillion watts. For now it sits in the garage, some of it in boxes. The kids, my wife, and my school are higher priority for both my time and money. Yep, almost 60, back in school, starting over again. I still have my 69 Camry, and when money and time allow, I will continue to get things done on it until I drop, or I drive it. Bought it in the 90's, still haven't driven it. Maybe I'll actually meet some of you at the Charlotte AutoFair in April. Hoping I can make at least one day of it, and add a little to my project.