So, back in January, I purchased this '66 Polara for a modest sum. Being a GM guy, this was my first classic Mopar. I have never paid much attention to these mid '60s full size Mopars, but now I'm fond of them. Allow me to also take this time to acknowledge my lack of knowledge of these cars, and the help I've received along the way from countless members and related topics on this forum. Thank you all. Originally a 318 car, the previous owner told me that it had a 383 installed some time in it's history, it ran well, had new drums all around, and a newer fuel tank, so it was a good foundation to start with. After getting it home, I got to planning what work it would need to pass a safety. I noticed the horn wasn't working, and the steering column felt pretty sloppy. After discovering the ground for the horn was severed, I was greeted with this mess: After getting it apart, It was quite apparent to me how lucky I was not to ignore this problem. The easiest solution to this issue was a couple of Dorman rag joints for a mid '70s Lincoln. I also tool this opportunity to fix the horn ground. The turn signal return cam was also broken from years of use, so a new piece was sourced from Year One.