I pickup up this rig May 20th, and immediately started tearing it down on the inside. My plan is to make it a nice camping/tow wagon to pull my small 28ft 5th wheel. The 454 is solid and runs great, and the tranny feels very fresh, so my initial effort has been to get the interior squared away. Long term plans include a fresh 454 that is built to tow, a gear vendor overdrive, and lastly taking care of the paint and body work. Here is a pic of the rig once I got it home. I drove it 300 miles home. Stopped about 20 miles into my journey to replace the fuel filter in the carb, after that it ran absolutely awesome. So I stripped everything out of the interior to get a good look at the floorpans. They felt real solid and looked good underneath when I bought it, and I was happy to find only surface rust. 30 minutes with a wire wheel and a good cleaning, then I put down two coats of brush on Eastwood Rust Encapsulator. Then it was on to figure out why the gauges wouldn't work. Cleaned the connections on the printed circuit, cleaned the gauge terminals, oiled the speedo cable, and reattached a broken ground wire. Cleaned up the gauges and reinstalled. They all work great now (temp sending unit unplugged in pic). Next I started on the new vinyl floor. I really like the vinyl, but to say it is vacuum formed to the floor is very misleading. I spent several hours trimming, fitting, heat gunning, and using colorful language to finally get it to fit decently. Overall I am happy with it, and I am sure it will look better as the summer heat helps it contour to the floor. In between working on all the previously mentioned items, I have been refinishing every bit of trim and the door panels. I even used vinyl paint/dye to refinish the carpet panels and the inserts on the door panels. Overall I am very pleased with the look of the door panels, dash, and trim. Best part is I am only in about $100 to refinish the door panels, dash, trim, and seat trim. Here is a pic of a rear door panel I just installed tonight. I am picking up my seats tomorrow from the upholstery shop and all new seat belts I had made at seatbeltplanet.com here in Oklahoma. I'm very anxious to see the seats and belts. The truck came with only lab belts in the back, but I am upgrading to shoulder belts since my kids will be riding back there. I still have a long way to go, but I intend to get the interior part of this build done this summer. Engine, overdrive, and paint will probably wait a while so I can save up funds again. I should have more pics to post by sunday evening. Hopefully you guys will enjoy this build. And feel free to ask questions should you want to know anything. I may be new to this forum, but I'm not new to square bodies.