Hello, I'm a real newbie on this forum so let me first introduce myself. My name is Joey and I live in the Netherlands. Since my childhood I've been an fan of the BMW E30 (2nd gen 3-series), so when I got my drivers license I immediately bought my first BMW e30 316i. That thing went to the scrapyard when it had run 387.xxx km. Then I bought a BMW e30 320I which I fully restored. I replaced the fenders, put some bumpers on it which where missing, new wheels, spoiler, leather interior.....the whole thing an did an very nice paint job to it. It took me almost a year to finish that project. But after 1,5 year I was tired of that car because it began to rust again an there was huge maintenance left to do so I sold the damn thing. Something I regret now, they have really good value nowadays. I'm working on cars for almost 10 year now but the thing I missed was a project. So I began to search for a new car to work on. I'm a fa of the more angular shaped cars, like the e30, but I also love American cars. Therefore I began to search for an angular, American car which soon turned out to be an X-body type car. And last week I found the right one! It is a Buick Skylark 1978 with a 5.0L v8 under the hood. The engine runs very smooth (some valve adjusting may be useful though). The car wasn't to expensive because there is some work to do on it. Here's a picture of me and y family and the Skylark: This car is perfect for me, not to expensive, drives awesome, some work to do on it. There are however some parts missing on it and I hoped you guys would like to help me with in some way. It is very hard to find American cars on a scrap yard and especially a '78 Skylark here in the Netherlands. Thanks for reading, feel free to comment and I'll keep you (and myself:grin: up-to-date).