Since this is an A body forum I suspect that the natural reaction will be to build this car but there are some issues involved. First off, I have 2 E bodies (a 70 Challenger and a 73 Cuda) and 2 B bodies (70 Roadrunner and a 71 Charger, both ongoing project cars). I am not "that" old (60) but already semi retired. My master retirement plan is to finish the cars I have (Es and Bs) and this rotate them through the shop tweaking and refining them along the way. I came into this 68 FB Cuda through a trade and have a minimal amount into it. It will need a full trunk floor, lower (or complete) quarters, remove and fix the roof and I think one floor section (at least) not to mention some sheet metal up front. Al this along with the normal drive train, brakes, wiring, etc. In other words, this is pretty much a complete project. I am fully capable of building the car myself and my original intention was/is to put a 5.7 and an AT in it. However after getting this car I fell into a 71 Charger that I am going to build as a Super Bee clone with a 5.7 and a 4 speed. While I really do like this car, I am concerned that I will hold onto it for too long and never get to it. Putting time and money into this car takes away from the 2 B bodies. I am fully cognizant of what it will take to fix this car and on the one hand I see a jewel, on the other I see a money sponge (like all of them). I guess the "ask" here is more about opinions (which I know will be varied and I am sure colorful). Perhaps I should pass it onto someone who doesn't have anything but then again it would be badass....Not looking for "the answer" here, merely thinking out loud and looking for some other opinions. Here are some pictures of the car. Its a 68, original 318 AT on the floor, had a white interior (didn't they all of this era...). I really like the buckets, console and interior layout (my favorite thing about them). I don't know if it runs or not, I did hook a battery to it and got nothing but I think the starter is toast. Oh and yes those are Fast Back Mustang side louvers.