About time to start ordering replacement body parts for the truck, so I can have everything welded in and cleaned up before it gets wet and muddy out. I don't have a whole lot of experience with rust, and I'm not 100% sure of what body panels I need to order for this stuff to be fixed. This is the driver's side area right behind the seat (I guess what would be the cab corners of a pickup). Passenger side is similar, but the hole in front of the tire is larger. Whoever owned it before me took some cheap sheet metal and self-tapping screws and just covered everything up. No silicone, no nothing to keep water from getting in through the holes Probably could have planted a garden in the dirt under the floor padding. Now, just from browsing on LMC and Year One, it looks like I'll need both floorpans, new cab corners, and probably the pillar panels? The body supports themselves look ok, as does the support "beam" that runs across the floor at the front of the cargo area. The rockers also seem to be in pretty good shape, bit of rust right at the back of the door, but it looks like something that could be patched with a small piece of metal and some welding. Does it look like it's going to take some serious work to get everything patched up, or will it be a routine sort of thing? Never had to have a car go in for rust repair, so I'm not too sure of the severity of my truck, but it doesn't seem quite as bad as some of the trucks here that've been brought back from the dead. Also, what sort of quote should I expect from a body shop as far as repairing it? I know that's dependant on area, but is this likely to be a $300 job (plus the new panels), or much more expensive?