The car is going to be Orange (as you can see from the engine bay!) With either white or silver rally panels, have not decided on that yet. Also, it will be orange houndstooth interior (orange door panels and all) and instead of using early model seats, or even the factory late model ones which would bolt right into the stock floor pan of course, decided to go with a pair of ProCar's and will use the factory orange houdstooth/etc modified to suit them. For a back seat, it will use the factory '99/'00 rear fold down seat (which also bolts to the stock mounts) and again getting the early model upholstery work. The dash in the car is still the '69 frame work, will be using the '99 HVAC assembly and plan to tie it into the '69 vent system (somehow or other, ha ha).Going to run the RS grill as well, just dig the hide away headlamps, especially on the '69s ! Painted front and rear bumpers will most likey happen as well. Going to use the factory '99 HVAC controls modified into the '69 dash carrier somehow and leaning towards using the '99 instrument cluster somehow..probably mold a new fiberglass center section to the '69 facia to make every look semi-factory looking still.A Magnacharger intercooled supercharger is on the list as well, just want to get the car turn key running first and any bugs that may come up, then go for it on the blower.The SS wheels are just on it for now until everything is done, then will get a set of custom made billet 18" wheels made to suit the car and get as much width as possible with the '69 fender-1/4 panel shape matched with the '99 inner wheel houses.Before I can mount the engine/trans/sub frame assembly I still need too; cut the hole in the floor for the shifter box (floor pan was an auto used in the car), mount the clutch master cylinder, paint and install a few misc. brackets in the engine bay, run some wiring and mount the heater box. Oh, and also finish remounting the brake and fuel lines along with the ABS pump.More updates to come as I move along !Some progress today! I worked on getting the AC/Heater box installed today..First step was to pull the box apart since it is too large to fit under the '69s dash board in one piece. The '99 have the entire dash bolted in, so the assembly came out alot easier of course. As well, the door assembly that works the fresh/recirculate air system has to be removed as it will not clear the '69s plemun chamber shape..