Just finished up most of the work I'll be doing on my car for a lil bit:
Last winter I redid the interior, and built the rear for it. (new leaf springs, shocks, aluminum driveshaft, 1350 u joints/yokes, gear vendor, strange third with 4.30 rear gears etc)
I want to install an electric fuel pump and a cheetah shifter here in the future, right now I have a lokar shifter with no detents that is kinda scary to shift manually when you are really jamming on it.
the build is documented here if ya wanna read it:
Other project this winter/next summer, is I want to restore this 61 Shasta airflyte:
I just think it'd be super cool to haul to far away car shows and whatnot with my car :P I might even nickname it the 'trailer queen' (my car)
I'm also saving up money for a mini restoration of my daily driver. 1976 F100 with 390/c6.
I've built the 390, the transmission, the rear, front end etc.
I need to knock out some dents, do a lil welding, etc and paint the old girl. Need to redo the interior and windshield, all that kinda stuff. Probably need 4-6months to save up the money to tackle that project, but I might wait a lil.... been my experience that when I take something apart it ends up costing more just because I'm not willing to reinstall iffy parts.