Totally agree Steve. Good to have you back in here. I would have reached out to you regarding the T5 transmission mount issue I'm having but I know you didn't use a G Force crossmember for your swap. Yeah, I'm thinking of framing it in a shallow shadow box and hanging it in my office. I want something that will protect it from UV so it won't deteriorate. I can't believe how well it survived under the back seat all these years. I think the back seat had been out of the car since it wasn't in the hook on the passenger side so it's pretty cool this little keepsake was still there. I was hoping to find the build sheet under the back seat but no dice. I'll take this find though. We also found the usual change and a few cigarette butts (yuck!). Agreed! Thanks for the support on my plan Joe. I know this approach isn't exactly a concours restoration but it will protect the floors from further deterioration and this project is more of a repair than a restoration. Thanks Jack. I knew not to expect them to be spotless. The car has sat with the passenger window down (in my storage) for three years and still has that musty old car smell so I knew the floors had been pretty wet for a good amount of time. There is some pitting and a few pinholes but I don't think anything worse so I'm grateful for that. I'll treat them just like the firewall and it will be fine for a pampered cruiser.