Time to kick back and start taking life easy. I'm just starting on my last major restoration for a customer. After 43 years of doing this for a living my 58 year old body is saying "no mas" When this one is done I will be officially retired and will only do small jobs if I'm bored or need money for the wife's and my travel. This last one is a big one for sure. It's a 68 Hemi Super Bee. Unfortunately somebody made it into a race car in the 70's. They cut the crap out of it. They cut out the wheel tubs and put in home made aluminum ones. Of course they also cut out the wheel wells and oxy acetylene welded on a 69 quarter panel. All the bracing for the tubs and trunk hinges were also removed. The other major issue is returning the leaf springs back to the factory location. They had moved them inward with no regard for leaving the structural integrity of the frame rails. I got most of the carnage cut out so the next step is taking it to the sandblaster to get it all clean so I can start putting all the pieces back in it. Luckily we have a donor back half of a Road Runner to gat all the brackets and frame work that isn't available aftermarket. Here's the pictures.