Hmmmm...with all of these good comments on the motor, I may just have to look into getting the body work done. Mainly just eliminating some surface rust and grinding down some areas were the previous work done was a bit sloppy.
Then, a new paint job and she'll be good as new.
Well, my father-in-law has worked on it for the past 6 years. Regular maintenance Oil change every 3000 with synthetic.
Actually runs quieter than my Bonnie did. He said the plugs and wires are pretty new too.
Not sure what else to check, still researching the motor.