The LED stern light is on its way and will be here tomorrow. If the base is the same between that and what is already on the Chrysler then I'll just save the brand new base for a single installation on the Glen-L and use the mast and light on the Chrysler in the interim.
I have all the board feet calculated for the stretched 10% flying saucer and money set aside for the transom and all frames, battens, chines, etc.--Everything besides the planking, decking, and spray rails.
In terms of the Chrysler project, we got the boat out of the elements and into the shop that I'll be building the Glen-L in, and made the back-to-back seats. I just need to put some Thompson's Water Seal on them and then they will be ready for final mounting into the boat. Given that they were made out of half scrap material and total investment was about $50, I'm happy with how they came out.
Now all that remains is cleaning the ignition system, staining the seats, replacing the fuel lines and transom board, and cleaning the hull a bit with some simple green. Sounds like quite a bit but I'm willing to bet my buddy and I can get it done in a couple weeks. Then it's on to the Glen-L