Sure. That's the plan. Brief history: 175,000 miles. Originally from CA. No accidents, ever. I'm 3rd owner, Ursa is stock, except for the hack-a-thon smog delete (Just ripped out everything but the bare necessities). Bought her from a friend in 2012, the second owner, who used her from about 2000 to 2012 as a farm tractor. 95-2000, daily driver. Previous owner, who knows. No rust in the frame or undercarriage. Partial penetration rust on outside of rear fenders and tailgate, easy to fix. As she's never been lifted or modified in any way, and is 100% original and complete, I plan to do a totally stock refresh. I can do 100% of the work myself, in my heated shop, with a little help from family (dad has the mig welder, really nice one, and the CNC machining center and a lathe, for any weird parts we need to fix or make). And brother in law and dad can help; both have done many no-bondo repairs to whole cars worse than this. We can bang out or replace anything, have the full set of body working tools: dollie/hammers/flatters, flanger, and stuff. Worst of the rust. Other side: Tailgate. Have the original upper, just needs a window. This is ALL the rust anywhere.