George L, I know he will be very happy to see his wiper motor show up in the mail in a few days! I think he was telling me a wiper motor installation in a B body is quite a chore. My Challenger installation took maybe 30 minutes. I guess that is a factor that makes us E body owners lucky!
So there will be at least 2 Mopars at MCACN next month where visitors can admire Kim's great work!
After I got my new wiper motor for my '71 from Kim, I dug out of my parts storage a date coded wiper motor I had restored 7 or 8 years ago by a place here in IL for my off and on long time T/A project, it looks nice but I've never tried it to see how it works. However, I noticed those guys used phillips type screws on the barrel instead of the single slot type that is correct. Also, the wiper motor on my convertible doesn't fully park. A friend suggested its switch might not be properly grounded. If that isn't the cause, I guess it will need to be gone over.
So I will probably be sending you one or two more wiper motors to work your magic on at some point in the not too distant future!