Tons of vehicles that came in with clean interiors and are now garbage due to on site negligence. Oh, well. The only 14-bolt full floater in the yard is under a Chevy-30 van, open diff, odometer reads 125K. Brakes look frozen. I meant to measure it, it seems too wide; not sure. It was too muddy, and smelled too much of rodent scat to crawl under for a closer look. They said $250, they pull it. Not sure what to do. Advice appreciated. I couldn't find any front axles worth the swap. I'll probably look through another yard this week. It's a bit of a drive though. There wasn't a decent overdrive tranny in the place, let alone the score that I'm hoping for of a 700R4, with adapter, still bolted to a NP208. I was also browsing seats. Mine are okay, but I'm entertaining an upgrade. I didn't care for any of the van or truck seats. I ended up looking in anything foreign that had racy styling. They all seem to have decent buckets in them. There was an '86 Toyota Supra with really comfy seats. 6-way power on the drivers side, and all manual on the passenger. Talk about hugging you tight, these things could hold their own against most aftermarket seats. Driver's was in good shape, passenger's had a good tear that looked like it happened at the yard. They were a bit pricey on them, so I let it go. Plus, I'm not sure how much headache it would be to install them. Anyone know? Fab a bracket? Beat the front tab angles flat? So that's about it, the only thing I left with was an aftermarket control box to make the wipers intermittent. Found that in a Furd Bunko. It also had obnoxious boxes on the door panels, that I believe were externaly mounted power window motors. Easy install, but looked like a jury-rigged mess.