Rear tires came in the mail, Cooper Cobra GT 275/60/15 Before you get all huffy that the tire choice is poor for my application, I'm 100% aware of that. I justified it by the fact I won't be destroying these for a bit and they good every day tires, the car in its current state maxes out at (roughly) 80mph before we ran out of road....so we're fine. If I have have fun on a track or anything I'll switch them out....for now, not too concerned about it. I'll get the rear wheels on soon and post pictures......hopefully I don't run into any clearance issues. (spoiler alert, probably will) Next thing, I have been working on the electrical, I have every light turned off now except the brake lights, they're still at the brightest setting when the battery is just plugged in. They're simply wired wrong, still navigating the rats nest of spliced wires and electrical tape. All the colors are wrong so it's making this a bit harder. On top of that....I don't really know what bulb in my tail lights should be doing. I know that sounds kind of stupid but they never worked to begin with and the only videos I find are on LED tail lights. SO there are 3 bulbs, left side that curves (triangle), the middle brake light, and the clear lens parking light. For the light that's on the side of the car (triangle part) do those only turn on when I turn on my headlights? If so these are both wired correctly now so I don't need to touch it. But do these also blink when i put on my turn signal? The brake light, it's meant to be dim when the car is on, and go full bright when I brake. These lights are also my turn signal, right? and the innermost lens, the clear one. If I'm not mistaken, these should only turn on when I go into reverse right? If so, that simply won't work just for the fact my car isn't wired up to know when I'm backing up (wire was missing when we were putting in the shifter) My blinkers 100% don't work, I think the pot plug is dead, so i bought a new one for $2, I should be able to test that tomorrow. Fingers crossed that's all I need to do.