Just installed Birdman's replacement fuse blocks in my 1980 F 308 GTSi. It was slightly daunting when I first opened it up, but once I got my nerve up, all went well. A few observations: Once I got past my nervousness about frying something, the hardest part was just finding a good Sharpie to mark the wires. A quick trip to Target, and I was in business. About 30 minutes later, the job is done and all is well. I substituted 10amp fuses for 8amp and 15amp for 16amp, as I was not able to easily find direct replacement fuses of the modern variety. Birdman suggested 15amp for 16, but he didn't say anything in his instructions about the 8amp fuses. A little searching here on FChat suggested that would work okay. After the job was done, I reconnected the battery and tested everything electrical. The interior light is brighter. The windows go up faster. The wipers work better. The a/c fan blows much, much harder. In short, everything seems to have been slightly starved for power before. Now it's all running as it should have been -- but perhaps never was before. Some spots on the old block had gotten fried over time with prior owners. They had been bypassed. I left them out of the block for now, for fear that I wouldn't get it quite right when rewriting it. Next time she's in with someone who knows what they're doing, maybe I'll get those looped back into the system. I think I'll make a nice xerox of the fuse box covers, laminate them, and tape those inside the leather panel that covers the fuses. I'll hang onto the old blocks and covers for the next owner, but I really can't imagine anyone ever putting them back in. The OEM parts are just inferior. Thanks, Birdman! Great product!!!