I got the body straightened out the other night, I'm going to use a legitimate body hammer and dolly/anvil sometime next week to get it all smooth and pretty, but the airbox goes there, so I'm not sure it's needed. Got another headlight, less damaged steering wheel (still has some imperfections, but it's safe), a hood latch, the little trim bits for the LATCH anchors on the back shelf, and a complete EX airbox from a Salvage Yard for $66. Then picked up 5 gallons of used, filtered, and bottled antifreeze for $16. I spent a few minutes sanding, cutting, polishing, and buffing the headlight, and spraying some UV-protective clear coat on it, and it looks just as good as new, like the other reclaimed headlight. Then, I picked up a MIG welder, because I'm not about to TIG weld a radiator support into a civic... The AC condensor coil is leak-free, it still holds what looks like a full charge, once I get the cooling system squared away, I'll do some superheat tests to see if it's properly filled. I got the new radiator in, fan on, and cooling hoses all put on. What's left now is to fill and bleed the cooling system. I worked on the hood latch for longer than I'm proud to admit. Apparently the radiator support's hood latch hole wasn't fully formed, so the actual latching lug on the hood kept banging it, and not allowing it to close. I needed to fix the hood alignment, but didn't realize it until it was too late. The wooden prop is because I'm lazy and was using it for other things, the I have a new passenger fender, I think I'm going to wait on the body work until I get some more free time. This next week is going to be kinda crazy with all the Easter stuff going on, and there's just not time for body work -- even if it is single-stage white paint, lol. Maybe I'll have time to fill the cooling system before Easter, but I'm not counting on it.