Starting this thread for my ‘73 C20 Cheyenne Super. It was my grandfather’s, the only Chevy he ever owned. I remember driving it growing up and have honestly thought the wood paneling is the ugliest thing I’ve ever seen on a vehicle. He drove it on the farm right up until he went into the nursing home in 2016. It’s sat next to his shop since then. Someday I will do an actual rebuild and restoration, but for now the plan is to get it to where it’s my daily driver. You can see what shape it’s in in the pics. The body is what it is. The interior is in good shape, and best of all, NO MICE!!! Under the hood, however, the rabbits have chewed up the plug wires, everything is coated in that nasty black sludge, and who knows what all the wiring looks like. So far, I’ve replaced the plugs and plug wires, air filter, changed the oil, drained the gas and antifreeze, replaced the starter, and installed a new battery. It’s going to nEd a tune up and maybe some gaskets replaced, but runs strong. I stole wheels and tires off a ‘74 Scottsdale at my folks’s farm and drove it the 30+ miles to town. The blinker switch was broken, so I replaced it. Next is going through the lights and wiring, replacing the ignition switch, replacing the head gaskets, fixing a broken window, and deciding what to do with the power steering pump that leaks something terrible. Thanks for following along, and feel free to offer and advice or constructive criticism as you feel needed.