Sorry for the long dry spell. Between working full time and every spare minute spent working on the Duster (instead of my Roadrunner) I give you you the reader's digest version of what has been done in bullet form. As with any resto project, it's like an onion, the more you peel, the more you find unacceptable. This was to be a blow and go driver project but I have a hard time blowing and going.Tore seats and out found floor pans rusted out (should have looked closer from the underside)Replaced floor pansGot to looking at other parts of the interior we thought we could live with, decided we couldn't, tore them out.Interior totally guttedPainted the top part of the dash B5, decided that the rest of the dash looked like shitGutted the dash and repainted on the carWent through the wiring top to bottom, replaced, corrected where neededDrivers side fender replaced from donor car (Damn straight, $100)Body work on front half of car complete to 220 blockingDoor hinges rebuilt with oversize pin kitShot the interior (doors, quarter trim etc.)Lemon Jr. decided he liked the B5 so much that he wanted the whole car B5 after masking the doors for for a different exterior color. Damn.Both quarter glass sections removed and rebuilt / cleaned upDash re-builtJambs sprayedNew windshieldEngine compartment stripped and paintedEngine compartment re-builtOn to re-assembly of the interiorLoving the time with my son. His vocabulary has grown.We can see the light at the end of the tunnel unless we hit another unforeseen obstacle.I'm sure I skipped over several steps, pics below.