Well, I have a few more photos to share on my slow going progress. I worked on cleaning more small items and checking the condition of the trunk. I have included pictures and descriptions to share my surprise. First, I worked on some of the door interiors. I thought the switches were rusted based upon their appearances. Once I cleaned them I was surprised, check out the pics below. Door before cleaning: Note how nasty the switches are, I thought they were rusted. These photos are after they were cleaned. (Obviously different door due to me getting excited and having to recompose myself). Here is a picture of the trunk after I removed the carpet and everything else. This really surprised me, again I had to recompose myself! No rust issues, just very light surface rust and a few remnants of sound insulation. Whew, was I glad to see that. Here are a couple of before and after pics for the lower door lights. Before: Ater: If you are still with me, I have a question for the people familiar with the Imperials. After cleaning the parts I have so far, did Chrysler use a higher quality of parts for the Imperial? The reason I ask is, I have been shocked by how good the parts clean up for a car that is 50 years old and has not been restored???? Plus, the methods I am using are just regular common products and plain elbow grease. As I stated in my earlier post 'Cleaning Products'. My first car was a 1968 Plymouth Satellite and it had the rusted out trunk from a leaky window and the parts were not in as good of shape and that was back in the mid 80's. I would appreciate any input.