Hey all, lookin for some advice. Ive been lookin for a convertable blazer for a long time, come to find one for sale by a co-worker. Its a 1972, with a 307 V8, 4wd, 3speed auto, hardtop with roof rack. The plusses are that it has a brand new exhaust from heads to tailpipe, a new 307 V8, and has already had the front disk conversion done. (by the way, anyone know how much that disk brake conversion is worth roughly?) The negatives are that the power steering pump is leaking quite badley. and will need to be replaced, is there any chance that a pump from a 1989 camaro will work? ive got one on a shelf. and of course the rust. the tailgait has some spots that can probly be ground down and salvaged, however the quarter panels and door skins will most likely need to be replaced. it looks good now, but after this coming winter im pretty sure it will be pretty bad. i havent had a chance to drive it, but with the once over with it parked in a lot, it seemed pretty solid except for the body panels. and it looks great at the 20/20 angle (20 feet away at 20 mph) and it also passes va state inspection. an exact price hasnt been set, but hes getting married and wants to let it go, and the rough number thats been tossed around is about $4000-$6000. its pretty unmolested, and has been in his family sense it was bought in '72. i think this is a great deal, but would definatly appriciate any words of caution or tips on what to look for with this year truck. my brother bought a 73 bronco (and was burned on the deal) and ill be taking him with me as my voice of reason. anyway, thanks so much for any advice or answers you can offer.