I want to extend my profuse thanks and gratitude to all who have welcomed me and helped me understand more about my Mopar. You guys are phenomenal!! You have answered me so fast I have to back up and regroup before I come up with more newbie questions! LOL. I want to also thank all of your for your kindness and congratulations on the car, and compliments. When I bought this car I didn't know anything about Plymouths but I love old American muscle cars and when I saw this one, what I noticed is that it was a Cuda (plus!!), a Chrysler (also a plus! I knew I would take some hits from you guys for being a Ford, then Chevy man... LOL), and that it was absolutely rust-free, wreck-free, complete, and well cared for most of its life. How could I go wrong? Sure, it's not a 1970 4-speed convertible with a Hemi, but still a nice, pretty, solid original V8 muscle/pony (fish...) car. The fact that it has Sure-Grip and a rare option package is icing on the cake. Now, I'd also like to thank Geof for his detailed explanation and observations about my car and in particular, the Spring Special package. He is the one who described this package which led me to this forum during my Google search. My original post with all my questions were in response to his post in that other thread. Some of my questions were in response to my misunderstanding of the nomenclature used by Chrysler (A body vs. C body, and cornering lights question) and the descriptions in that thread. So thanks, Geof, for further clarification. I can't think of any more questions I have about that at the moment. Yours and Kegan's information has been very helpful and I am grateful for your assistance and all of you here at this fantastic forum! Since I am away from my car, I can't easily take more pictures of it at the moment. However, I will upload a few more from when I bought it.