So here is my friend's 1975 K5 that I will be doing the metal work on. He purchased it from Ebay sight unseen in Washington state and had it shipped back to Missouri. He bought this truck shortly after he had gotten into a wreck in his 1987 K5 that he has had since high school. He is keeping the 87 in dry storage until he reaches a point in his life to redo that truck. It will most likely need a front half of a cab grafted in as the accident pushed the firewall back. Here is the 87 after the accident. At first glance it looks pretty good, but it has quite the amount of ugly. The roll bar is meant for a pickup truck so it sits about an inch higher than the roof line, so you cannot have the top on with the roll bar. The roll bar also has about 12 rolls of electrical tape covering it. It had two different mirrors and tripods on it, the exhaust is two inch off the stock manifolds, into 2.5 inch pipes, generic mufflers (duals), instead of using an adapter, they had filled the gap with weld... Truck was born with a 400, now its a 350, early 70's- divorced choke, thick cast heads. The nice is that it had a fairly rare warn winch bumper on it, the dash pad is uncracked, good grille, np203 with a part time kit and warn lockout hubs. The worst thing is the body work. Truck was yuba gold with the stainless trim, but was caved and paved and sprayed white.