As I mentioned before, I just got married but couldn't go to my new home in SLC, UT with my wife because my car wasn't done . I have no idea if anybody cares, but it is exciting for me so I thought I would post up that the K5 is mobile! Before I parked it, this thing was totally stock. List of stuff I did: 35" Tires on 15x10's 4" TC EZ-rides in the front Drop Steering arm ORD shackle flip Tough country shocks Extended brake lines Headers Poly Urethane Body mounts 1" ORD body lift "Altered" the fan shroud New U-bolts and Ubolt flip for rear Ground the calipers New 1-wire alternator with somewhere around 100 amps (I have forgotten) MSD 6al, MSD distributor, MSD coil, MSD spark plug wires New spark plugs New fuel filter Put the top back on Put the hood back on Stuff that I had to have done for me either for lack of time or inexperience: Dual Exhaust Extended shift linkage Complete Tune Alignment Sure seems like I did more than that, but I think I covered about everything. Of course I wasn't working on this full-time, but it took me a heck of a lot of time. I have extremely limited hands on experience working on cars (I have done minimal work on a '60 dodge dart and a bit of front suspension and brake work on a '66 VW bug). I also don't have any fun tools like a torch or air tools. With the help of this site I figured it all out. I don't have anybody with experience to look over my shoulder and tell me I am not building a death trap, so everything becomes really exciting. And of course I have found a laundry list of things that need to be taken care of that I was not previously aware of, but that is another post. I have been really interested in working on cars since I was about 14 or 15, but have had zero opportunities to wrench and even fewer people to learn from. I got a couple of pictures, but I can't get my hands on that fun cable that connects my camera to my pc (misplaced in moving). The car was in driving condition as of Friday 3/18, and I drove from LA to utah on Saturday 3/19, and Utah to Aspen, Co Sunday 3/20. Seems to be running pretty good. I have very little wheeling experience, but I am excited to go at it once I have some time when I get back to UT. WOOHOO!