I only have one book on Mustang restoration and it basically just tells you to take the car apart, tag everything and take a bunch of pics. Some good stuff in there, but mainly common sense. I was thinking that it would make a great deal of sense to restore the car as I take it apart, rather than as I put it back together again. So... If I start with the interior, I will remove one seat, recover it, paint the brackets, bag the parts, etc... then pack the whole thing in plastic. Same goes for every other part- refurbish then pack it away. When it comes back from paint, I'll just put humpty dumpty back together again. I'm hoping this will keep my interest in the project, as it won't be sitting with fresh paint and still a TON of work to do. What do you think?