Some more updates:
Since my last post I've added almost 10,000 miles, attended Indy again as well as Carlisle and Ocean City twice, plus a trip to New Jersey to see family, replace the last strut and the sway bar bushings, and attend the NJ AllPar meet in Teterboro. She was hit shortly after that meet by a lady on prescription drugs, which turned out to be a blessing in disguise as it was in the area of some rust. I paid Jake to fix the rust and the womans insurance paid for paint and clearcoat, score.
Last year I did a myriad mods. Interior lighting, trunk lighting, finished installing Infinity Kappa speakers all around and running new wiring for their individual crossovers, etc. I also had to replace the battery twice and rebuilt the POS terminal once.
This year has seen a few updates, some large some small, as well as some maintenance.
Replaced transaxle mount and both engine mounts
Replaced driver's side axle
Upper and lower grille inserts replaced with better condition pieces, plasti-dipped black
Front impact energy absorber replaced (original piece was still there from the accident, damaged, replacement unit from a yard car with correct fasteners)
Sarona roof wing
Updated Winged Victory emblem on trunk
Clear fascia turn signal lenses
Clear mirror turn signal lenses
6000K switchback LED turn signal bulbs
6000K low-beam HID bulbs
LEDGlow blue LED trunk lighting kit /w multiple-effect control unit
LEDGlow blue LED engine lighting kit /w multiple-effect control unit
Repainted all four calipers silver
Lloyd interior floor mat kit with 300M emblem embroidered into front mats
99-01 flexible door water shields replaced shatter-prone 2002 pieces
Rear-door courtesy lamps wired
Interior door, dash, gear shift trim wrapped in 3M 1080 black carbon fiber vinyl
Deep Slate wood wheel installed with 3M 1080 black carbon fiber vinyl on wood section
Luna crescent-moon emblem installed in front grille
Intake plenum painted Deep Sapphire Blue with PS2 lettering
PDC cover painted Deep Sapphire Blue with LUNA in PS2
I also updated my audio system. I replaced the flashlight and voltmeter, and Kenwood head unit with:
Nexus 7 2012 tablet running CyanogenMod 11 based on Android 4.4.4 KitKat, awaiting CyanogenMod 12 based on Android 5.0 Lollipop
Rockford Fosgate 3SIXTY.3 digital sound processor
Front sound-stage rewired
These two updates have significantly improved the sound, and given me an almost unlimited media setup. Google Maps is now built-in, as well as Play Music. With bluetooth tethering on my phone I get the internet from my dash. TuneIn Radio gives me access to thousands of terrestrial radio stations around the world. If I so choose I can also use Pandora, Spotify, etc. I don't use them now since I have a subscription to Play Music All Access.
The tablet installation is 98% done at this point. I'm currently using the headphone jack for audio going to the DSP, since I haven't been able to get audio out of the USB port and charge at the same time. I'm hoping the Lollipop update will solve that since Google FINALLY baked USB Audio into AOSP. My research says CM11 and the upgraded Kernal I have should do all that for me now, but for whatever reason it doesn't. This winter I'm going to make a new bezel that puts the tablet up top and ATC down low, giving easier access to the tablet. I'm also now looking into getting a Joycon module to allow me to use my existing steering wheel controls to control the music on the tablet (volume up/down, track changes, etc).
As of today, she's entered hibernation in an enclosed garage. She's sharing it with another Club members Special.
Next year will hopefully see a new evap, trans cooler lines, solenoid pack, valve cover gaskets, rear cam plate seals, windshield, sunroof assembly, idler pulleys, belts, battery terminals and big 3, 160a alternator, and some unique new mods. Having a garage and a basement is a beautiful thing.