First post to the forms here and I’m pretty excited about the squarebody I found. Been looking around for a truck for quite some time. I’m attaching photos of a 1976 Chevrolet Silverado K10. Looking for advice on the rust throughout and how to correctly handle to ensure this survivor keeps on the road. I don’t have body work tools, toolbox better suited for work under the hood. It was repainted in the late 80s and here’s the patina that it sits in. Here’s some shots underneath, obviously quite a bit of surface rust and even some decent holes on things like the inner fenders (could buy new steel for that). Rocker panels looked relatively good, the only major eaten-through spot is in the rear wheel well about a 2 inch hole. This old boy has been sitting for quite some time, though it does have a rebuilt engine that’s barely broken in - things look/sound very good mechanically. Any and all advice, insights, and things to look for specifically regarding the body/rust is appreciated. Thanks!