So, in my quest to be cheap, I bought a 1983 C20 that's been sitting in a field for 15 years. It was supposed to be a very slow project but now it's expedited because my Yukon broke down and I gotta get to work somehow... Specs: -1983 C20 Regular Cab Long Bed Fleetside (Custom Deluxe?) -350 V8 -Automatic Transmission (Turbo 400?) -Approximate 127K miles Amenities: -Power Steering -Radio -Manual Windows and Locks So far I've: -Replaced Starter -New Battery (well, right now I'm using a spare battery from something else, but I'll be using the almost brand new battery out of the Yukon) -Changed Oil+Filter Problems yet to resolve: -Blinkers don't work (when I use the little push button flasher on the steering colum the bulbs blink like they should, but when I push the blinker stick up and down nothing happens) -Windshield wipers don't work -Ignition switch doesn't work, plan on setting up a push button start (for now shorting the solenoid from the starter to the battery works to start it) -Since this is California, it's going to have to pass smog. That'll be fun -The hood doesn't close all the way. It latches so I can drive it without it flying open but it doesn't go the fully closed locked position. Other random stuff to do: -Coolant flush -Transmission service -Check rear diff fluid -Might need new tires, these ones are pretty old. -Brake service/inspection -Air intake tube is broken. -The locks don't work Plans: -Clean interior, exterior, and under the hood. It's disgusting! But the paint is actually in quite good condition under the moss, so it should look OK after some scrubbing. -Put in a toolbox like http://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-70...C-_-NavPLPHorizontal1_rr-_-NA-_-203418355-_-N -Upgrade radio for aux input from my phone. Maybe a casette adapter will work? Here's a picture I took at time of purchase.