Our middle son has recently completed 99.9% of his '64 build, but a few health issues jumped in the way of total finalization. Should get back on it this summer. He had bought one in the Seattle area, but found quite a bit of deep-rust issues when tearing it down. I found another body/chassis in Boise near my hometown, and between the two, he was able to piece together a nearly perfect specimen. I donated a 283 out of, I think, a '62 Biscayne, which after a rebuild is a solid stock runner. He found a very nice 4-speed and the rest of everything was built/restored from his parts piles. The seats are out of a Pontiac, and he had the entire interior redone in a very nice faux-leather. He's a helicopter mechanic, so all of the gauges and wiring were done with aircraft-grade spec materials.
He had asked for some SS hubcaps to put on it, and I had given him some '66 Impala SS caps for Christmas, figuring he could either use them or trade for the correct ones, but at a swap meet he ran across a killer deal for some Cragar 5-spokes that he just couldn't pass up, so I think the SS caps will become wall-art.
He had a '66 ElCo way back in the late '80s, and one of his uncles had a '72, so he's loved them since he was a teen - and I'm glad he's finally just about back to where he can finish and enjoy his new baby!