Point well taken, Rusty. And thanks for your continued support and encouragement. Everyone has his or her own reason for appreciating their cars. My Duster (as I've previously mentioned) is a re-creation of my very first car that I bought in 1977. It recalls a happy time in my life for me, and I love the challenge of getting everything on it back to stock. For example, yesterday I found a factory original, never replaced PCV valve on a donor 1974 Valiant. This valve is the exact correct part number and still has its factory blue paint on it. I pulled it, reconditioned it and installed it on my Duster - and it works perfectly (see first two photos below). Here was a cruddy old part that sat cold and dead on a rusty hulk for years, now reborn and happily sucking oil fumes through my engine as it was designed to do. And I like the idea of having some factory original paint in my engine compartment, installed on my freshly repainted motor. I realize that I'm one of the few people in the hobby who restore their cars this way, so I suppose that shows how sick I am. Anyhow, I believe that as time goes by the A body cars will become more valuable. I also believe that people will begin to appreciate the slant six engine more. I still have the opposite end of the Mopar spectrum with my 440 powered 1969 Charger RT/SE (see photos), but I just love driving that stout little slant six!It's crazy man. I'm sure some people would say "it's a slant 6 car, don't waste your time", but I'm lovin every minute of it.