Lol, or your great grandpa's Buick. I finally got started again on my 2-dr. 1955 Buick Special yesterday. The to do list is getting long. This vehicle will be getting a XFI Sportsman EFI upgrade, but first I'm changing/upgrading the chassis, suspension, and brakes. The frame is in great shape, but I'm also modifying it for a 1986 Monte Carlo posi-trac rear end with 3.73 gears and drum brakes. The 63 year old Buick rear end and front drum brakes are the first casualties of my rebuild - never liked how I had adapted that antique rear end no matter how unique. Gotta stop good for sure with a 355 Chevy that made just over 468 horsepower with a 750 Holley on a Victor Jr CNC 2900 intake with Brodix Track 1 CNC heads - and the 63 year old braking system was a nightmare accident just waiting to happen. The wrecked '86 donor is also supplying power front seats for the now removed '55 front bench. For the sake of 50 state law enforcement compliance, seat belts are also coming. The rolling chassis will be using an old set of Centerlines I had stored years back - that still look brand new. I've already purchased new tires for them. Once the frame is re-painted, the floor pedal assembly and power assist brakes will also be changed to a hanging assembly with new brake lines and a new fuel line with return installed. This will be my first fully customized build in quite a while, but it shouldn't be long before a new XFI Sportsman and 2.0 Throttle Body are installed.