Mustang one. Been close to being done for...years. But isn't. That's primer, just wet because I take it out to rinse the dust off once a year or so.
Wife's "powder puff". Currently partially torn down for a full repaint. Hopefully work can resume when the weather warms up again. Those old wheels and tires are long gone and it will be sporting a GT front bumper when done. Originally a 2.3 5 speed car, now a 5.0 AOD. Kicking around putting a 5 speed back in it. I still have the clutch pedal setup.
Truck two. Turbo diesel and five speed transplanted. Late model front bumper on. Cabriolet front clip on deck (becasue I like round headlights) and also a matching molded style rear bumper. Pictured wheels long since discarded. This gets driven. A lot.
Mustang three. As purchased. Trying not to mess with it too much until some other stuff is finished. But has a couple thousand bucks in sheet metal, wiring harnesses, and engine, and other bits accruing for it.
Truck one. Bought with a blown up 5.0 engine. Picture is from just before I bough it. I pulled the 5.0 back out of my '67 Mustang, refit the EFI, and put it in this truck. Didn't like the power. Found a 5.8 and put that in instead. MUCH better. Tossed the 5.0 completely and put a 351W in the '67 Mustang and I like it better too. Put headers on the truck and it is currently in the shop getting lightly ported heads on it. Because it needed a head gasket and I can't help myself but hotrod everything. I'd love to repaint it but wife's Mustang will get repainted before I'm allowed to paint anything else. If I want to live. She says.
Wife's car is a non-interesting little Toyota we bought at a screaming deal but wrecked in the front. Fixed, she drives the heck out of it.
Grandkid hauler is a nine passenger Ford Expedition I bought with a burnt valve. Upon inspection of the engine damage I didn't feel like fooling with it and just put an entire engine in it. Our weekend car we used to tow a camper trailer with. It's been a good one. Doesn't really rate a picture though.
Bought an old Caravan for no good reason but it was giveaway cheap with a bad transmission. Fixed it for a grand total of $50 (seriously!) and drove it off and on for two years. Wife blew the transmission up again and I just can't quite let it go yet. But when I fix it again I guess I need to sell it. It's a minivan, no pictures.
And a Dodge Stratus I don't want to talk about. Should never have bought it. I really need to fix it and sell it. But if scrap metal prices go up enough I will be sorely tempted.
Wife asked me once if I had ever bought a car that didn't need to come home on the back of a wrecker. Well......