Been plugging away in the shop the last few days until it just gets too frigging hot to work out there in the early to late afternoons. Nothing really picture worthy but have accomplished a fair amount. I R&R'd my side marker lights and painted the gaskets body color so they didn't stick out like a sore thumb. Installed my headlights, and tail light, back up light and side marker light bulbs. Thankfully, they all work without issue. The flashers work, however the turn signals don't. I installed a new turn signal assembly when I rebuilt the steering column so hopefully it something simple like a wire I forgot to connect or a fuse. I installed most of the engine compartment wire harness clips andI bleed the brakes (all new brake system including lines) and installed the driveshaft. As soon as I get my carb back from QuickFuel I'll drive it up and down the driveway. That will be the first time it's moved under it's own power since 1983 or before. Today, I pulled out my horns, tested them successfully and then media blasted the old paint off them and primered them. I also attacked one of the front bumper brackets and cleaned off 47 years of rust, grim, dirt and the paint from at least two repaints off them. That pretty much took most of the afternoon as I was using an air grinder with a wire wheel and while it didn't take any time to empty my air compressor, I had to wait for several minutes each time for it to re-charge before proceeding. I did discover something interesting, at least to me, while cleaning up the bumper brackets. They have "Made in Canada" stamped on them. I wonder what other parts for my 'Cuda were made in Canada?