Got a father son project from New Jersey in the shop. Eric the owner and his father sent it down for some suspension mods and rust repair. General specs are I am assuming 304 powered 800a, t18, d20 stock front and rear diffs. The general goal for the build is a good pavement pounder and some light duty wheeling capabilities should Eric have the urge to sling some mud. Build specs are: DandC style reverse shackle SOA Scout II dana44s front and rear Scout II front leaf springs up front Scout II front leaf springs in the rear - a leaf or 2 Hi-steer Old Iron HD tie rod and draglink F250 shock towers up front Rancho rsxl serries shocks up front Ranch rs serries in the rear High Angle CV shafts front and rear Here is how she sits ATM Eric and his father had just finished cleaning up the engine before she came in. Very clean First thing before I began is hit the under side with some degreaser and give her a proper preasure wash to knock of any loose crud. Then pulled her in put the front end on jack stands to remove the front end bracketry.... More on suspension mods once we get some parts rollin in. For now I turned my focus to what rust repair needed to be done and how bad it was. The PO that had the truck before Eric really liked fiber glass. So with wire wheel and hammer and punch in hand we hit the trouble areas to see what fell off. This is what was on top of the pas. side floor and what we found underneath The entire forward cab mount is nothing but spray foam and glass so it has to be replaced also. The pas. and driver side rocker pannels are getting a new skin, Pas. side quarter is getting replace with a NOS quarter pannel that Erics father scored and sent down with the truck. Both floor pans are getting replaced and there also has to be some repairs made to the top. Pas side rocker Driver side rocker complete with spray foam. Driver side quarter looks pretty solid at the bottom , just needs a little love around the lower edge. Stay tuned for more.