Well, been gone from the site for a couple of weeks due to the tornado that ripped through Joplin 2 weeks ago today. Got the family settled into a rental house and completed getting what we could out of the house. We were lucky for sure. I have told everyone that I left my place that Sunday night with everything I need, my Wife and Kids, the rest is just stuff. The help from people all across the country has been overwhelming to say the least. Unfortunately, I lost my shop in the storm along with the house. My 73 Z28 was in the shop at the time. The good news is that the boat caught the upstairs floor and saved the car from complete destruction. Got it out that night and drove it to my office the next day. I have been so busy with everything else that I haven't even had time to wash it off and see what I have to deal with. After a brief inspection, looks like a total repaint but no real body damage except the drivers side spoiler cap was tore off. I consider that extremely lucky considering what some of the cars around town look like. Got the boat out yesterday and that thing isn't that bad either, believe it or not! I contacted my painter and he said he would get it in maybe by August, so no more cruises for me this year. No big deal, don't have time now anyway. I know many of you guys here have sent thoughts and prayers for all of us here in Joplin, and for that I thank you guys from the bottom of my heart. It truely means a lot. I have included a link to my photobucket album of the damage to our house and the shop. Sorry for the lack of Camaro pics so far, we just didn't have time after the storm. The car is parked next to the boat with the garage door wrapped around the back. I thought I would start the thread now and I'll add a new album this week for the Camaro. I'll be taking pics of it tomorrow and add it here. Let Project F5 begin - Unfortunately!! http://s973.photobucket.com/albums/ae218/Greg73z28/Tornado Damage/?start=0 The Camaro is in the first picture of the front of the shop parked on the right side, you can just see the reflection of the rear window trim. The boat is under all the crap on the left!