I need to fully test the horn system to see if it's the horns, relay or something else, hopefully I can do that this week. I am making a "To Do" list for the car so, as the saying goes, "all things come to those who wait", I'll get to it all and maybe get some help along the way, which I deeply appreciate. I was under the hood again today checking some things out and (not sure why I didn't see it before) then this blue sticker pops right out at me. The sticker said the system was upgraded to R134 but in the boxes where things are written in, all the text was faded so I couldn't really read it. I'll be taking my digital camera out in the next few days and get a bunch of pictures of that sticker and with one of the paint programs I have on my computer I should be able to bring out (hopefully) most if not all the text that's faded. Knowing this though it's just a matter of getting the right person to run another test on it (someone that knows old systems better I'm thinking) and see where it stands. I have ordered a few things to make the car more complete, like old Chrysler sales books, options sheets and other fluff to help make it stand out. The fact is, I was hoping to get a B body Mopar but now that I have the Imperial in my garage and I feel good about the sale and all, I'm loving it more every day. They are a beautiful car, no doubt about it. I decoded the fender tag on it (did I mention that?) so I'll be looking for a build sheet on it soon too. I also got a list from the guy I bought it from of what he did when he had it, I don't think getting a history as complete as I can is a bad thing and will help the next owner, probably after I kick off to one of my kids.