7/14 Well I figured out my slider window and have one side done. Time to turn the car around and start on the other side. I was able to make my slider track permanent and design the length so I can easily install the glass. It will have stops on the track and I am almost certain I can use Tri-5 Nomad window hardware. Big thanks to Whiskey Runner who hooked me up with the extra factory stainless trim I needed for my slider window. This helps me keep some of that "it looks factory" design style that seems to be popular with me. I cut the inside panels from my rear doors and trimmed them down to fit between my B-pillar and rear wheel well. This saved me from fabricating the curved upper interior panels that run the full length inside the car and it adds additional structural support. My fenders, doors and hood are all primed and ready to be fit. My friend cut the color in on these parts so It will not have to be disassembled when ready for paint. I selected a 2011 GM Gray to go nicely with my Red interior idea. Hopefully I can keep at this project a little more than I was able to do last year. It would be nice to have it on the road for next season.