The engines about in now. I do it a little differently than the way the factory recommends. Instead of dropping the engine in from the top, which requires it to be trans down at a very steep angle and slowly slid in while straightening it back to level, I leave it on the floor, raise the car up and slide the engine under it, then set the car down over it. Then I hook the chain on and raise it straight up into place. Works for me.........
The last thing to do is install the windshield. They're pretty hard to find anymore, but I got lucky and found one in town, and the right guy to put it in, thanks to Castle P. He did a super job, including all the chrome trim surrounds, and was done in about 30 min! There's still a lot to be done, including lots of little trim bits, and reinstalling the entire hood assembly which comes off in one big piece, but the end is in sight. I've already had it running at this point and I'm getting anxious to drive it again..
This last photo is on my wedding night in KC, just to prove it does run! I drove it to my wedding and reception that night with my new bride.
I don't have any more pics to add at this point, well, I have them, but I still have to find them after my move to KC. As I locate them I'll upload and finish the story. Thanks to all who checked my page out! Also, thanks to Bezor and MG4ever for inspiring (conspiring?) me to do this, it was fun going down this memory lane and reliving the trip.