I bought another vehicle tonight. Ok... so within the last month I sold my '83 6.2 Diesel truck for $1600, sold my yellow '84 Chevy truck for $1500, sold an '80 Chevy body and frame for $300, and parted out the remains of an '81 K30 (body/frame and TH400/205 for $700). I bought a '73 C20 with 454 for $375 (of which I've sold $310 of parts off of and still have the motor and rear end), was given a '63 Chevy 1/2 ton 2wd minus motor (of which someone bought the SM420 tranny from me today for $60), bought a '78 GMC 3/4 ton 4x4 with Fisher snow plow for $1849, bought a '78 Chevy 2wd Crew Cab with 454 for $650; and now tonight a 1984 Chevy 1/2 ton 4x4 Suburban with Goodwrench 454 and TH400/208 and 2" lift for $750. Tomorrow the '78 GMC plow truck goes away and I end up with a '91 GMC 1-ton 4x4 Crew Cab minus motor plus extra 8ft truck bed and BBC headers and dual exhaust off a Chevy truck (I made him throw in the exhaust and extra bed to sweeten the deal for me). So overall I've brought in a total of $4470 and spent a total of $3314 and now have 3 more "new to me" running 454 motors and another Dana 60 (making #17). The newest Suburban has a clean interior, but bad paint. Motor runs great, but the reason he was selling it cheap was cause the intake manifold gasket was leaking water externally from the back drivers side corner of the Edelbrock intake, and it currently has mismatched gear'd axles so 4x4 isn't operational. He was asking $1000 obo and I drove it home for $750, adding water the whole way back. I'll have to post pictures of it tomorrow. My latest plan: Swap the 454 (with new gaskets throughout) along with TH400 and NP208 out of the '84 Suburban into the '91 GMC Crew Cab to make it a driver, taking the 32-spline 205 from the '91 Crew Cab to use with my NV4500 going into my '81 Crew Cab. Then put a 350 and TH350/NP208 into the '84 Suburban and use it to drive this winter, while my '81 Crew Cab is undergoing a new motor and 5spd conversion and I can tow with the '78 2wd Crew Cab or '91 Crew Cab until the '81 is back on the road. Then the '78 2wd Crew Cab gets a 350 motor and re-sold and I'll keep the 454, and the '91 Crew Cab and '84 Suburban will serve as drivers until I decide to re-sell them next year. The '63 Chevy gets turned into a mud bogger body, the '73 C20 remains get scrapped after I pull the 14-bolt rear out of it. Someday I'll have to stop with these new projects and actually work on reviving the main Fleet back to running/driving status.