Well, it's been awhile. I've done a bunch of small stuff to the car since I posted my last photos in June 2015 (!).
Replaced all headlights and buckets (NOS bezels haven't come out of the box yet), cleaned and painted the area behind the grille, wet sanded and polished the tail lights (then bought better ones from cbody anyway), cleaned and polished the chrome and metal work, polished and installed the spotlight, basically just cleaned and polished everything and started putting stuff back on. Also had the wheels media blasted and painted with gloss black DuPont Imron paint and wrapped some brand new Mickey Thompson Sportsman S/T radials (225/70/15) around them. For some reason, I replaced the window "wipes" (or whatever you call them I'm still not entirely sure) as outlined here:http://www.dippy.org/forum2/index.php?topic=14495.0
That was about five four hour days of sweat-pouring, swearing, bleeding, hand-killing work just to have brandy new soft and supple window wipe things. Also, I shattered my passenger side rear window in the process and had to spend a few weeks finding a replacement and a few more days putting that in without breaking it again. It's the one thing I see neglected on EVERY show car I've ever seen and one thing I can be proud to say looks damn good on my car.
Other than that, I've spend the last year gathering parts to swap out the lean burn. Sent out my non-feedback Q-jet for a rebuild. I got a mini starter (yet to go in). I have been spending inordinate amounts of money on cop sh*t, and I think I'm finally done, with the exception of the piece of resistance (sic), the light bar. Haven't found what I need yet. Next, I have to install it all. It'll take me all summer.
My goal is to have it at least running very well and looking even better by fall. I don't expect to have it marked and show/parade ready by then. Disassembly, cleaning and painting of the under side (axles, springs, driveshaft, etc) will be first this spring. After that, ignition and fuel followed by engine compartment detailing (clean & paint). Then the cop sh*t. Then it'll be time for hibernation again.
Anyway, here's some photos of the old girl this past fall before she went into the garage for the winter. Enjoy. Stay tuned.
(Don't get freaked out by the missing trunk lock cover - NOS one has been installed and looks great, just no photos of it yet.)