I love this article. My husband, Kimsey, received a 1966 SS Chevelle for graduation. He drank, he drag raced, wrecked the car a few times and finally after a stint in Viet Nam and marriage, he traded the car for something more sensible. Anyway, about 10-12 years later, he got the itch again and we wound up with 2 Chevelle bodies (Malibu and SS) . He and my brother rebuilt both of them but it was shade tree mechanics. Then the bottom fell out of farming and we were forced to find employment elsewhere which was a military base in Savannah Ga. He sold the best looking car and we brought the other one to Richmond Hill, GA , but didn’t have the funds to do anything. We were poor and in farm debt up to our eye brows. He traded this car for a crappy flat bottom boat and motor and that was that. With the intense interest in 1966 SS Chevelles, we have been searching for one to have a chance at a do-over. We finally found one in November 2017, at a steal of a price. He and our son is finishing the restoration and its great to see them working together. Kimsey is 69 and Jason is 40. Yes, I’m right there, not under the hood, but on the computer. It’s rare that someone gets the chance for a do-over. And this one is great.