Alright guys, I seem to be at a cross road here with the build. The topic in question is the blazer`s body. Now, last summer we did a quite of bit of metal work, primarily the passenger area floor. We just used regular sheet metal, but ended up leaving alot of rotted metal underneath/behind everything, which was our only choice, due to time restraints. Now, there`s still quite a bit of metal work to be done. For example, the tailpan, tailgate posts, and parts of the bed floor, upper wheel wells on both sides, rockers(we put new ones in, but all the metal behind it is rotted), cab floor (fire wall to bed), and the drop from the bed area to the cab floor is all rotting. Since I haven`t looked at the whole bed floor, I`m not sure of its condition, but, just a rough estimate, it`s looking like around $1000. That includes the complete body mount kit, as they`re all mostly in rough shape. Some have mentioned it`s not worth it, get a better rig, and swap your good parts on to it. I have been toyin' with the idea of putting a pick up cab on it, use my front clip, and have a trick bed made (something like the one mikeydo5 made for his buddy). I just can`t decide what to do. Eventually, it`s gonna need to be dealt with, so I want to start planning it out now. I can probably use my buddys dad`s garage in NH if necessary, so I have the space. I can save the money, and the time will work itself out. Any thoughts on what I should do?