I always love to follow your projects. You are very precise in your execution and very demanding in the finishing touches to do the project right. I appreciate your attention to detail and your quest for the knowledge that makes this possible. This is quite the project with very limited information available, so you may be one of the great pioneers to "write the book" for those who follow in doing their own restorations. While not a Chrysler or a 300m, I am still very interested in the outcome. For our 300m or LH vehicles, we still have access, though getting more limited each day, to vehicles in the junkyards. This will be a true test for what we or future generations will go through when restoring or even maintaining our LH vehicles down the road. Please keep the information and pictures flowing. I for one will be following closely.
Totally agree John it is interesting to see the "Engineering aspect" Robert brings to his projects.
Especially for me as I have seen him progress over the years. Our first encounter was when he was a student near by and stopped over to have me look at a clunking noise in his car, then watched me do the timing belt for him at a later date. Now one of the more experienced, creative, and talented hands and minds of the group!