Update 12-7-08The car was kind of a slug when I bought it, but now that it's getting used, it's getting it'spower back. I don't think it'll ever be up to snuff of my Lesabre T-type, but it's quick enough for what I'm using the car for.I got a glove box door for it, dyed the center console and shift knob the correct color, fixed the trunk release solenoid, installed a trunk lock and cover with an emblem I restored myself, I have fog lights on the way as well as a grille for a '90 SSE (looks better IMO), removed the mysterious useless wires that were about the interior, cleaned the door panels and seats, installed the correct gear indicator and 'pointer', installed a strut tower brace, and got another centercap to complete the mandatory four.It's coming along very nicely and I'm extremely happy with my daily driver (can't have my T-type out in the winter;-)) - don't know that I could have picked a better car to use.Pictures of all the updated 'stuff' later. It's dark and very cold in Pittsburgh at the moment... **Update 12-10-08**Here's better pictures of the car, giving you a better overall condition of the vehicle as a whole. Again, the paint is not exactly show quality, but the body itself has zero rust or anything of the like. I'm surprised at how close the dye on the center console and shifter are to the rest of the interior, and the wheels cleaned up nice too. I haven't touched the engine yet as far as cleaning it yet. My dad and I have just been too concerned about getting the car reliable. Either way, enjoy - I'm pretty proud of the car so far.