Hello Folks....Well, bought a nice looking 1970 Plymouth Fury III, family car, 4 door, 318cu, single exhaust, 2 barrel, born in Newark, Delaware. If it wasn't for the crazy metallic burnt orange color, it'd be a pretty plain car (a later hood ornament adds a bit of flare). Hasn't been driven for ten years, last inspection sticker is 1999. Its clean, garaged, 21,005 miles on the odometer and signed as actual by the son of the original owner. My personal life doesn't lend time for such projects, so its either painfully slow working on it or pay someone. What I do is start with enthusiasm and then with lack of progress pay extortion money to a mechanic . So far, got the car off its rims, mostly with existing tires, double whitewalls. Next, had the carb off and looked at by a trusted restoration mechanic (it had been rebuilt ten years ago and was fine as is). Then ran the car with a gravity bottle....and.... damn oil leak under the car. I haven't looked too close, assume its the rear main seal (there goes the budget). Today (12/22/17), finally got the fuel tank out and wow, a lot of black sludge can out. I put a neo-magnet against the sludge, some material stuck, so that's rust, should expect some though.