Whoo hoo ! 6 weeks later, my 348 is back home from spa services at Sport Auto (Summerfield, NC). * oil change * coolant flush * transmission oil change * brake fluid flush * new Hill Engineering oil reservoir plate * new steering wheel (my 360 Challenge wheel is available, if anyone is interested) * new turn signal/headlamp stalk assembly * passenger seat rails fixed so seat locks properly in all positions * upper dash vents (defroster) repaired * new pedal box cover plate installed (my feet got wet driving in the rain!) * Husker LeMans grill completely removed and re-installed. (Sheet metal burrs all nicely cleaned up * Husker LeMans grill nicely gasket-ed on the outer edges for a nice flush fit. Outer edges now firmly secured with new hardware. * Targa roof seals re-seated, futile(?) attempt to keep the car dry * shoulder belt orientation fixed (don't ask) * "intermittent start" issue resolved * Rocking seatback fixed on both sides * new engine bonnet struts ...and I'm sure there are more line items that I have forgotten about. And "so much for no-stories car": A Garden State Parkway token was found jammed under a seat. For a car that supposedly never lived north of the Mason Dixon line, sure makes ya wonder. My take? who cares. The cars are worthless anyway. Drive it, enjoy it. They all have some stories. Water, wreck, repo. Big whoopin' deal. My goal for 2010 is to roll at least 5k miles on her.