Thank you guys for the encouragement. Driving these great cars in our beautiful country is what I like best -- cue my organizing the first CATL with Wyatt this past September! By sharing information about the cars in my care and posting about them, my hope is for more people to be able to enjoy them too, if only vicariously. This said, I don't plan to post additional pictures till Snow White has been spruced up and can make her re-entry into the world (see my "to do" list above). Indeed it has, but I do not think that I am a terminal case (or at least I have illusions that I am not). I am aware of the 24/7 limit and I believe strongly that family/work come first, so it is time for me to stop buying more cars. All right, let me rephrase this last sentence. At this point, I have three cars that I have long lusted after: Poppy, Medina and now Snow White. I am not willing to take in more (at least not for the long haul), so any additional C-body I might buy from now on would mean that one of my current ones would have to go. Needless to say, in such an event, I will try to get a buyer who wants to do what is right for the car. Case in point: Some of you know that I bought an Imperial also this summer. She was not a runner, but I still bought her because she was rust-free and had perfectly straight panels, had very low miles, and had a full history. When I took delivery, the interior turned out to be worse than Wyatt and I had been led to expect, and the engine does not turn freely. Now that I have bought Snow White, I will try to pass "Elsie" on to someone who will do what needs to be done. Indeed, my search of parts for Snow White has started. Thank you so much, @saforwardlook, for your offer -- I will gladly buy the correct multiplex AM/FM (R35) radio from you if you are willing to spare one! In related matters, if someone has the driver-side rear wheel well trim, please PM me. Ditto for a steering wheel -- original preferred, but the correct woodgrain would be eagerly welcome.