from what I can see in the pictures the work done looks rather well done and the car looks very impressive!
what engine did you install/ what parts did you use? and what drive train components?
in an UNRELATED STORY,
back in late 1973 I purchased a 1970 trans am,I loved the look of the car, and this one had obviously just been repainted, I was young and it never dawned on me at the time that new paint job,might indicate a major accident,
(they were asking $3700 at that time), that looked identical to this one,pictured below, from a local Pontiac dealer on 441 down in Miami Florida, they would not allow a test drive ,( because they said it was too difficult to take it off the inclosed show room floor), I had a contract written up and gave them the check for the purchase price for the full asking price, from my credit union, , minus the $1000 cash I had given to hold it, I was a done deal,or so I thought!
for a week they refused to allow me to take delivery and kept it out in the show room,claiming it needed to be gone over for a dealer mandated safety check before delivery ,as it was a recent trade in, that had yet to be inspected.
I did some research , and asked the dealerships mechanics and found out the reason was the car needed some extensive frame repair work,..they knew it, and were waiting on parts, after I found out, I got a refund.