So my Mom's house sold, it should mean $20K coming my way. There is also crude oil money tied to it and we will no longer be paying for taxes and hydro on the house. With crude oil way up, it should add up nicely by the end of the year. We each received $800 this year, it should be 3 times that for this year, no $1500 tax bill and probably $1000 a year in heat and will pay out next spring. I will also be inheriting another share on the same oil well, probably this year, it will all go to me, so 3 times as much. My Wife and I discussed what bills we would pay off. It will open up enough funds to maybe get another new car. While a second Challenger GT would be nice, still a good deal at 50K, I said how about we put aside that money every month and I send the 70S to a good body shop this Winter. She has agreed and honestly the boat and car are almost paid for, so less soon, no long term debt. The 70S needs rear quarters, which are available again, door skins should be available by Summer and at least one front quarter, which should be available by fall, just looking online. I will call RPM, just 300 km North of me in Saskatoon and get these parts on order. I am also on the look out for another 88 to 95 GMC/Chebby 4x4, possibly a 3/4 in non rotten condition. I saw a good one on the Ritchie Bros auction site, I may sign up. It had higher mileage but looked very good body and paint wise, most important. My main issue is the weak 700R4/4L60E and the aluminum front diff on the 92 to 95 truck, especially with the planned motor. My Dakota has a year or two left of life, so no rush. I have an Olds motor planned for it, every part except a BBO pan and $1500 worth of machine work. It is my 403 block with the 3.5" stroker assembly for 424 CI. It would get my number 6 heads, a 204/214 cam, low 9 to 1 for compression, Sanderson shorty headers and the 2.5" exhaust currently on the Cutlass. There is a 34" dual core, 36" total width aluminum radiator available for these trucks. That should cool the 424. I just ordered the Chinese full length stainless headers which will go in place of the Sanderson shorties and 2.5" X pipe exhaust on the 70S. I am running my Copper gaskets SCE gaskets at the head and ordered Copper collector gaskets. I coat the gaskets with Optimum Grey, better than Ultra Copper. No leaks for years. I find regular gaskets including the Ultraseal, especially the Collector gaskets are lucky to last months before they blow out. Now Edelbrock just needs to release their new head this year and the new 358 motor can be completed!