Hello, Starting a thread on my 1970 Kingswood. I picked up the car back in July 2020. It was a running driving car but had its issues. Only one head light worked, a tail light was out, reverse lights didn't work and most of the markers didn't work. The tires were old and cracking, the muffler was jerry rigged, windshield leaked, hood wouldn't close due to an aftermarket radiator installed that wasn't built for the car, speedo doesn't work, etc. Below are pictures I have right now of the car. Suspension sags in the back and more on the driver side. Need to inspect to see if its springs or shocks. The bumper was in the back but the previous owner removed it to replace rear window motor. Barely fits in the garage. Makes it a pain to work on if its not nice outside. My buddy has a 55 Belair and swapped from a 305 to a 327 and upgraded his headers. He game me the old ones and this is the install. Only real mod I had to do was swap the old bulky motor mounts out for solid mounts from Moroso. I wrapped the headers with exhaust wrap and took it to get dual exhaust and exit out the back where the factory outlet was. Went with dual flow master 50 series. I might end up either going with shorty headers or building my own. The long tubes hang a little lower than I like and I plan on lowering the car a little bit. Removed headlight trim and all the screws seized in the buckets. Swapped out headlight buckets, and rings with all new bulbs. The trim fasteners snapped and I couldn't find anywhere that sold them. I ended up buying a 1"x1"x12" long plastic square stock and used a Dremel to make new ones. Got the bumper mounted and car registered. Original carb setup that came with the car. I was having issues with the float sticking when going around corners and it smoked a lot on start up. took the carb apart and found the float wasn't on the pin that holds it in there. It was only being held in there by one of the eyelets. Lowered the radiator and installed threaded inserts to properly secure the radiator. The old fan shroud was shredded and once lowered it hit the fan. Decided to ditch them both and went with electric fan. Also swapped in a 140v alternator cause the old one had a bad bearing in it. Removed windshield to fix the seal. It was only held in place by 25% of the old seal. Took very little effort to get it out. Good thing for the wagon. storage space.