Here is my Scout. I've had it for about half a year, it was halfway through the whole lift and disc brake conversion when I got it. Here are some pics from when I first got it. It was missing lots parts and has many less-than-ideal let's call them "custom" areas. I get the feeling that it was a parts truck and/or an offroad-only beater at some point in it's life. Front drive shaft was missing parts to install, steering mod badly done, some brake lines gone, lots of brake parts gone, no seat belts, no tail lights, rat's nest wiring, and the list goes on. Given that I got a decent deal considering that I was unable to drive it before purchasing due to the lack of a braking system, I took a short cut and had a mechanic finish the rear El Dorado brake conversion that was started, and get the brakes working, so I could get to driving it. I let him figure out what parts were missing, and the right stuff to combine Chevy and IH parts. Got a Chevy 1-ton master cylinder on it. He replaced the booster too, but I'm not sure what he used, either Chevy or Scout. Doesn't matter though, already picked up a hydroboost unit anyway. Since then, I've been chipping away at other issues, from a new radiator install, to pulling out wires-to-nowhere and handfuls of dried clay from underneath it, and hunting down parts! I like the unique top that it has. It's a full Traveler top, cut down and the seam was then filled. Permanently open is fine for the weather we get here most of the year, and I park it indoors. Goals: Reliability (want to make this a backup daily driver) Safety (cage, shoulder belts, hydroboost) Rust removal and prevention (change floors and bedline it) and other cool stuff..