eddiemech9 5pts Sorry it took so long for anyone to reply to your comment. (hey staff, Are you paying ANY attention?)I'm restoring a 1970 AAR 'Cuda, and I know what you mean about the price of restoration parts. I think there's two reasons for this. The first is that a lot of owners are getting their cars done at professional restorers and that drives up retail prices, and the most important reason is the prices the auction houses are getting for these cars. Most Mopar enthusiasts would cringe if they knew what my plans are for my rare AAR, but I can't afford to re-do my interior back to stock. I can get after-market seats that are a lot more comfortable for a lot less than recovering them with what's on the market original. (I suffered the right front seat of a 1966 Mustang from Chicago to California and back in 1967, so the Ford's were no better). Forget about the luggage rack for now. Install it later, or get yours re-chromed.The body panels, you can't do much about,but as for the rest, do it in cycles.