Started working on my car again this week after a long break. Car is a 1968 Barracuda Notchback (coupe) with what remains of the almost 43 year old GG1 Forest Green Metallic. Car has a "born on date" of May 17th 1968. I bought the car in 1989 for $350. Engine: 440 0.030 over, Ross pistons, 0.990 steel pin, Eagle rods, Ultradyne solid lifter cam with ported iron heads. Heads have 2.14I, 1.81E stainless valves. Crane roller rockers. Eddy Performer RPM intake. Barry Grant "Silver Claw" carb. Machine work on the block and head porting was done by Muscle Motors about 11 years ago. Oil pan is Milodon circle track style pan. Trans: Chrysler crate 727 I picked up in trade about 20 years ago NIB. Converter is a Coan 11". Rear: 8-3/4 housing by Dr. Diff. w/ rear disk and Dutchman axles, picked up about five years ago. Center section was built by Randy's w/ 3.90 and detroit locker. Suspension and Brakes, Front: 0.990 bars, 1-1/4" sway bar. '75 K-frame w/ spool mounts. '75 spindle. 11-7/8" Cordoba rotors, '73 B-body calipers, '85 (RWD) Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Ave master cylinder. Braided steel hose kit. Wheels and tires: Currently 15x3-1/2" Cragar Superlite II pizza cutters on the front w/ 165R15 tires. Rears are Cragar Superlite II 15x10 6-1/2" backspace with 325/50 BFG Drag Radials. Here is your time warp age reference: I bought the wheels on lay-away at SuperShops pre 1990 while working at a Montgomery Ward as a tire buster. Remember Eddie and Ercie Hill? Rear suspension - this is what I am working on at this time. Rear springs were relocated using the MP inboard kit about 20 years ago. I am now taking out the 002-003 rear SS springs and snubber, replacing them with Caltracs and a -1" monoleaf spring. I have the drivers side in. Plan on getting the passenger side this coming weekend and put the car back down on the ground. My new gas tank is on its way from Rick's tanks. It will replace the 20 year old Jaz fuel cell. After the rear suspension is replaced / fitted and the fuel tank is situated - the car will be coming apart in preparation for paint.