Well, I am thinking of getting a '72 K5 on Saturday morning. It is in VERY nice condition. They are asking $10k and I got him down to $8k. It has a new GM 350 Crate motor with 7,000 miles. Rebuilt the stock tranny at the same time. No rust anywhere on the vehicle. Recently painted the factory original Orange. All the seats were redone with new foam and stock covers from LMC. Roll bar installed behind front seats. LineX the whole interior about 10,000 miles ago. Everything works and it fires up right away every time. What do you guys think? I got a few questions about '72's. I have a '75 & '85 but don't know much about 1st Gen models. 1. Is it easy to get a good fitting carpet? 2. I really want to lift it and get offroad front and rear bumpers. All my current sources only make for '73+ models. Is there good aftermarket support for the 1st Gen? If not, I will probably pass on this one. I am looking to make this a several day a week truck but want to do some moderate wheelin with it. Trails, snow and mud. No rock crawling or anything like that. I have the $8k and can afford to put $2k or $3k into the lift, carpet and other stuff. What do you think? Will I be happy with the aftermarket support?