Decided to work on my car the last week or so. I think @JohnnyTightlips inspired me to not be so lazy with the car now that his is running. (Congrats btw!) Took this yesterday because I thought it looked good. Yes still on winter wheels, more on that below. I fixed a few of the small things on my car that have been bothering me since I got it back, just never got around to doing the work. Fixed the front bumper so the passenger side isn't sagging, re-ran oil pressure and temp wiring so it's not zip tied to the bottom of the radiator, and fixed some of the missing/wrong tabs on the bumper. Started putting AN fittings on my fuel lines, pretty much have the return side done in the engine bay. My first time messing with it so I was trying to figure out how all of it worked. I had to start over several times due to the steel braid getting unwound too much. The best strategy I found was to use electrical tape and wrap it ten times or so then cut it with some kind of power tool. I used a dremel with a cutting wheel. Once that was done I peeled back the rubber coating on the steel braided part and slid the hose end over it. Finally put the feral in place between the steel braid and Teflon hose then mated the pieces together. I had four tires ready get mounted on my new wheels, two were Federal 595 RS-Rs and the other two were M&H Racemaster drag radials. I didn't realize when I bought them they were 6 years old at the time. Fast forward to now they are 8 years old so I just decided, with safety in mind, to toss them. I'm going to buy two more 595s for just a daily setup and then get some MT ET street tires for my FD wheels when I'm making big power. The new wheels look so good, I can't wait to get them on the car. I'll be buying the 595s for the other wheels soon. Also I ran the power wire for my fuel pump and all the wires for my WOT box through the firewall. I'll be working on some more wiring items tonight. I need to get my other two guages (Oil temp and PI fuel pressure) powered and working. I think that's it for now.