Nice to see so much appreciation for and experience with classic muscle cars. My father was not a motor-head so came to cars later in life and hence tend to favor, small (both size and displacement) foreign cars, although never could actually afford what I wanted (XKE). Had Opel GT, Triumph TR6, second gen RX7's (coupe, vert), Audi S4 B5, Saab 9000 Aero, 93 Viggen. Finally got a V8 but it's a Mercedes CLK55 AMG. Worked on all of them myself but never anything as ambitious as a frame off resto... engine swap on an Audi was probably the max. Finally made it out to Forrest Grove for the Concourse this last year which was a blast - talk about a variety of cool and rare vehicles. Also used to make it out to the all British field meet back in the 90's when I had the Triumph. A lot cheaper to look at them than to own them that is for sure!