With the Challenger safely back at the restoration shop, the re-assembly process began. This was a little slow as there were a lot of smaller pats that had to be installed that albeit important, they were time consuming to install so going in every week to check in, the car always felt and looked the same as last week. The "noticeable differences" were insignificant and hard to spot so progress at times felt pretty slow. Items like moldings, small trim rings and rubber seals, turn signal lights, hinges, body plugs, wiring etc. Still... she was painted and progress, is progress. Sourcing hard to find parts was the only major issue of which I done the majority of while the car was in the paint shop.