There is indeed an evaporator unit at the rear of the trunk. Perry told me it worked and apparently had always done so, I presume it was checked out when the front one was, but Doc's guys can contact Randy Thompson and check. As for the paint, there had been some minor body rust and a friend of Perry's named Adam did an excellent job of removing/repairing it and repainting. It was a quality job, not a slop bondo on and repaint job. I'm sure Perry can provide Doc with Adam's contact details so his guys can inquire what was done and how. The reason so much work was done is that all vehicles entering New Zealand have to be checked over before they can be registered, and I wanted her sorted before shipping. Good for Lee, me and Doc, should be good for another 46 years. Apart from some under hood rust, easily fixed I imagine, and surface rust on the door hinges or whatever you call the mechanism you see between fender and body she's in great shape. The engine wasn't pulled by us because Randy said you'd need to drive around 7500 miles post rebuilding, otherwise don't bother, and since it runs so well and wouldn't have had that much use here, we didn't bother. Thx to all for the nice comments, I find it somewhat funny that these cars were (according to Perry) rare and difficult to find so we grabbed her when she became available, (and really lucked out with a good vehicle) whilst now that Doc wants some they seem quite commonplace. Get your 72/73 Imperial at Minnesota's best Imperial dealer, Doc McNeedy motors, including a free dental assessment.