This picture was the last picture I took of the project for some reason...I finished two days before I was supposed to drive back to Charlotte for second semester. It was a close call. Haha. I learned a lot through all this experience.1) Don't ever do a major project like this in the winter ever again. I was out there in below freezing temperatures and even snow, every day all day for three weeks. It sucked.2) Buy the right tools the first time! I started with a set of crappy walmart tools. I broke every single one, literally, in a weekend. I immediately got a ride to sears and got plenty of Craftsman tools. I've already broken two craftsman sockets, three wrenches and an extension. All were replaced free of charge!3) Have all the parts you need ready. I wouldn't buy a part until I needed it, and then would have to wait for them to be shipped. Things like belts and the water pump I didn't have time to wait, but I had to. Next time I'll pay for it all up front.4) Don't put your face in the direction you're pulling from with a 4 foot steel pipe as a breaker bar. The wrench WILL break and the steel pipe WILL hit you in the face and fuck you up. I was pulling with all my might and was trying to get some leverage by pulling directly towards myself, when the ratchet snapped a tooth I guess and the pipe hit me in the side of my jaw (right where it pivots). I thought I had dislocated it at first, because I couldn't open it. The next day my entire jaw was in so much pain, I couldn't eat and my face was swollen and purple. EDIT: Found out that it chipped my jaw.5) Watch your fingers and toes. As my friend was lowering the engine in, I was lining it up with the rear mount. It was hung up on the bolt of the mount, so I stuck my hand back there and wiggled it around. The engine fell and pinched my finger between the mount and the engine. That was painful because you then have to wait for someone else to lift the engine back up. Be careful where your feet are, and wear steel capped boots. I had the wheels off and my feet where the wheel would be. The caliper was resting on the subframe when it fell onto my foot. It wasn't that bad, but still hurt like a bitch and imagine if the whole car had fallen of the jack stands?I'll definitely be taking some more updated pictures soon. I have to take pictures of the mods for the next page anyway, so I'll do it then.My baby now runs flawlessly except for a few minor problems and a bad power steering pump. This weekend I'll be fixing a small oil leak, replacing the axle seal as that's leaking, and fixing whatever the hell is wrong with the brakes as they literally grind. But only in reverse.EDIT: I lied, the number 1 thing I learned is don't do this kind of work in a gravel driveway...Engines are heavy and hoists don't roll well on gravel.Here's a picture of Frankenstein in the snow here in Charlotte!