I figure I should probably start one of these build thread thingies, never done one before. I picked her up a while back and probably paid more for her than I should have. Here she is when I brought her home, sitting low in the back and still had the Yakima dry dock rack on. Pulled off the rack, now the just the Chevron mirrors are left. Got some wheels for winter, the tires are too big for her though. Lol! Here she is the process of gettin' low, head down, ass up! Alright, all dropped now, 3.5"/3". Taking care of some chips, scrapes, surface rust, and had ArmaCoat spray in a bed liner. Also pulled off the chevron mirrors. Finished spraying the bed low gloss white(rattle cans, but hey it looks pretty good) The previous owner painted over the letters on the tailgate, I re-did them in Krylon Banner Red, lol. Aslo used a Meguiars headlight restoration kit to polish the reflectors, tail lights, and marker light lenses. Un fortunately I didn't take any picture form when I did any of the lowering, engine bay cleaning, or when I pulled the interior to clean the floors and spray them with rust converter until I can redo the floor pans. Next will come a bit of Bondo to fill in the holes from the mirrors and to smooth out the area below the rear window, it has some advanced surface rust(no holes, just kinda pitted) then the cab will get the same treatment as the bed did. I think I may get rid of the trim that goes below the rear window as well, not sure yet. The interior is actually pretty clean. It has original unmolested door cards and a recovered factory bench seat. I would like to replace the bench with bucket seats but I have to find out a way to mount them. I had a set out of a 1980 SR5 but they wouldn't mount up, I guess the mounting points changed between '74 and '75(or somewhere close to there) It even has an under dash parcel shelf, it's kinda cool!