wait, you're adding bondo to cracks where? in the plastic nose? or on metal?
you don't want to use -bondo- on plastic pieces, if you look at it wrong, it will crack under your new fresh paint. no good. they make some stuff that is like a poly filler type goopy sticky stuff, that you usually use for that sort of thing, but i can't for the life of me remember what it's called.
also, no offence meant by this at all, but if you want a good quality paint job, unless you're a bodyman, don't bother bondoing anything yourself, it won't help the professionals, or make it any easier for them re-moving all of the stuff you put on it, or adding more bondo to the low spots, cutting away high spots etc.
unless you have quite a bit of bondo experience (i don't know.. maybe you do???) imagine putting a pancake on your hood, and painting over it... it'll be nice and glossy everywhere, then a huge ugly spot where you attempted to fix it. haha.. ok, not my best analogy....
i'm just saying, you will save the body man a lot of headache by not touching it and letting them do it from the start (time = labor hours = money you pay). and probably save money in the long run too. there are different types of bondo, different thicknesses, and specific ways to apply it, and there's a serious art to doing it correctly.
------- i'm not saying you are incapable though!!!! you may be a badass, i don't know
headliner... that's a hard one. i usually just go to the fabric store, buy some spray glue, and go to town, but the fabric doesn't always match. I have seem plastic replacements for 3rd gens, not sure about 4th gens, mine doesn't need one. up to you on that one.
why an LS1 driveshaft? (strictly curious... i legitimately don't know the difference between the LT-1 and LS-1 driveshafts.)
um......... i'm sure just about any shop will flush and replace fluids?????
In fact, at least here in the Austin, Texas, there is a lube shop on just about every corner and they all replace and flush fluids, and as you request, they definitely charge for it..... (or am i missing something in your question?)
it's only been sitting a month? probably due for an engine rebuild for sure... j/k j/k
nah, aside from what you mentioned, just.... drive it, burn off all of the month old gas, put fresh stuff in it.
you may or may not need to think about a complete tuneup though, if you've never had one done on that car.. not like.. RIGHT now, but, soon, just for the sake of doing it.
valve job, injector flush, plugs, wires, coils, belt, flush power steering, radiator, trans, oil, rear end fluid (seriously... who EVER checks their rear end to make sure it's got the fluid it needs? It's a good thing to do) and stuff like that... you're looking at HUNDREDS of dollars in fluids though.
but, i think you're off to a good start man!