I've got a 78 Blazer Cheyenne and the body's falling off. Obviously, it's time to figure out what options I have... The frame looks decent. There's lots of scale that I can just knock off of it, but what's left behind looks solid to me. The only body parts that appear to be worth anything are the left fender (obviously replaced sometime recently), the hood, the front grille, and the fiberglass cap on the rear. I have a pretty good 400 in this thing, and the NP203 & tranny are in good shape as well. Aside from being full-time 4x4 the drive train is pretty good. It's got a 4" lift kit in it and 33x12.5x15 tires. I figured I might could get a body (what year models would work?) and just swap that out, or I might get a complete vehicle with a blown motor/tranny and drop this drive train in. I've never done that kind of work before, though - I don't know what kind of stuff I might be in for. Anybody got some advice? Thanks!