I have read up on a few previous posts about body swaps vs. powertrain swaps and also about welding in new floor pans, but still can't decide. Which route is the least difficult? I have an '89 K5 that is going to need every floor panel replaced from the front seats to the tailgate due to rust (I can stick my arm through some of the holes). The exterior somehow is in Ok shape and the frame is a little beat. There are no known issues with the powertain. Should I..... Find a good roller from a similar year and swap the powertrain over? Or, find a good body from a similar year and swap bodies (I do have limited access to a frame hoist). Or, weld in new floor panels (I am a fair welder and can borrow a MIG) It doesn't have to be pretty, just hold together. Or, wheel the piss out of it until big parts start falling off (the tailgate will be first). Or, take it in the shorts, sell it for a couple hundred bucks and start over. Other Details: This was suposed to be a fun project vehicle LOL!. I don't need it for my daily driver. I am in Kentucky and older vehicles are available, but their condition is hit and miss (this one was a miss). I also have more time than money to spend on this. Let me know what you think. Thanks.