Here you are, supposedly this wagon was bought new by the WA state forestry service. I don't know much more than that but I am told that the 440 in it now dyno'd at something like 700HP which I have my doubts but hey, not my car. My jobs are;
1. install the Fitech Tri-power (6 pack to us Mopar guys)
2. Modify and install the fuel system
3. install the rear disc brakes
4. install front disc brakes
5. install a full wiring harness
I am sure there will be other things to spring up as well. The main issue with the car is that the owner is physically handicapped due to diabetes and he cannot crawl around on the car. He is a life long Mopar guy and has had a lot of them but this one came at a time when his physical abilities are diminished. Additionally, he has had a number of "buddies" do work that he would have in the past done himself, unfortunately these "buddies" were not the most stellar of guys. The guy who put the floor panels in the front didn't shield the firewall insulation which caught on fire along with a number of under dash wires. Another guy went to install the rear disc conversion, got one side mocked up and walked away leaving everything laying about as well as disassembled outside and of course this is WA state where it does rain from time to time, so the brand new brake calipers look like they were salvaged off the RMS Titanic..
Anyway, I felt a bit sorry for him and offered to do these things. To be completely honest, it is a form of procrastination from the RR. Not that I don't want to work on it, its that it is not "talking" to me right now and I am somewhat in a planning and parts gathering stage. Also, doing this wagon I am going to attempt to use the new wiring harness and reuse (or replace) the bulk head connector and try and make the wiring under the hood almost like stock. I am going to replace all of the wires in the bulkhead connector and essentially rewire the entire car.