I just firmed up offer to a seller of 2 '72 K5's, and I need a little advice (only other K5 I owned was '84 stock DD): Inventory: 1st one straight, no rust, no dent '72, has 2.5" lift, 31" 10.5x15, 350 (runs pretty good), TH350 (seems OK), new seats, Rhino lined tub and undercarriage, roll cage, paint looks good, windows cracked, carb. needs starter fluid to fire up when cold. 2nd one, rust bucket body, good windows, good interior, rebuilt and balanced 350, rebuilt TH350, new drivetrain, new Rancho 9000 shocks, and a set of 33x12.5x16 tires with no wheels. total price for this "package" is 3K, my questions are as follows: Does this sound like a decent price? Any warnings about this model year? and whether or not my plan makes sense, that is to swap the engine, shocks, driveline and windows onto the nicer one (plus swap the TH350 for an SM465 or the like) and then sell the junker and the parts. Also, seller tells me that the 33's will fit under the 2.5" lift on 16" wheels, anyone no if this is accurate? Any advice would be appreciated, I am supposed to P/U this weekend. Thanks.