Gave my Bertone a bath so it could be nice and shiny for its new owner next weekend. Got down and dirty with the Scorpion. Started innocently enough with vacuuming and such, then devolved into full electrical gremlin attack mode. First a pit stop in "seat slider hell" as I freed up the seats in their rails with lots of vacuum and lubrication work. Not a whole lot of seat angle adjustment there. Then I moved on to the glove box light (no + wire in sight), the console, radio, heater controls and such. The console switches have fiber optic lighting, and I think I found fiber optic "wires" headed for the dash end vents too. The ashtray and lighter lights didn't work at first, lots of ground issues. Like grounds not connected. The cigar lighter is too deep for my iPod USB charger. The the radio (inop Blaupunkt) had to come out to make room for my Pioneer deck from the Bertone. Crappy wiring at its best. Gone. Found the heater fan speed switch wires in there, they have been bypassed since the switch is frozen... will fix that. Found what I think is the glove box light wire(s). Also found the gauge cluster loose. Lots of cleaning happening along the way. This car was parked outside in its most recent life, and so there is a lot of city rodent evidence. Some chew marks and shredded stuff, as well as stores of seeds, feces and stuff like that. Yucko. But it doesn't smell bad and it's all hidden in the nooks and crannies. Good news is the car has all of its under-side ducting! I fit the 6.5x14 Bitrurbo wheels, looks really good. I didn't snap pics because it was late when I finished and we had a dinner date. Tomorrow I'll link to some pics. If these fit well, I'll sell my 6x14 set to someone. I'll keep the stock "bowtie" wheels for some reason. My Biturbos have 195/55R14 on them, which are actually smaller than what was on the car; 205/50R13. Weird. I think I found a sticky caliper up front. I've found many of the A/C refrigerant hoses cut, so I think I'll just delete the A/C system completely, or as well as I can. Clear some space at least. More tomorrow.