As usual I did some stuff to it, bought a set of Cragars, had it lowered properly with Koni short travel shocks at the front, GT Falcon sway bars front and rear, had the big Cleveland rebuilt with bigger bumpstick, roller rockers, Holley, Hooker headers and a nice straight through twin system dumping just before the 2.97 nine inch diff, overhauled the C4 auto, new radiator and bugger all else . . . . it went like a very quick, very stable, aircraft carrier, sat super flat and neutral through corners and got up and boogied well onto 130 mph on the long straight stuff, just a simple, honest car that performed adequately.
Ultimately, when the Doghouse Blues Bar failed and my darling daughter arrived I couldn't afford to register the sucker let alone flow the enormous amount of juice the thing required to run, so it sat for nine years in my garage until it was sold . . . . stoked I had the pleasure of its company for all that time.