My plans already require the car being a little custom anyways. The bottom of the car including the tank have already been zero rusted in satin black. I also removed the under coating on the apron and wheel wells and have zero rusted that as well. The insides of the rear quarters, trunk, and back of the tail light panels will be zero rusted in a semi gloss white with the exterior color being white. The back of the decklid and hood will be painted white. So it will be a little different from factory. I really want to weld in the holes for the quarter moulding and skip the mouldings along with welding in the two holes on the rear lower valence so there's no bumper guard. I like that look. If I strayed that far away from factory looks I'd get a black interior with white dash, white steering wheel...or... should I just skip welding the quarter emblem holes, lower valence, and just a get a factory white and blue interior to be safe? I'm sort of conflicted...It's just an inline 6 too. What's more important, resale value or doing what you want with it?