I say that but many of the people still insist on putting the information into the computer.
I know the feeling. Its hard to keep track of all the different years/makes/models of donor cars. As I build mine, I have been writing an "owners manual" of sorts. That way, if I need to replace something, I have a reference as to what I can tell the parts counter people to look up. Also, in the event I ever go insane and sell my car, the future owner will have a source of information to refer to.
1968 Mustang. 351w, T-5 Five Speed, 8.8, 3.73 trac lock rear end. Power, four wheel disc brakes, (CSRP up front, 8.8 discs out back) Shelby Drop...