So when I bought my 1972 FJ55, I was clearly suffering a complete lack of creativity and thought SilverPig would be a decent name. As I've gotten to know her, she deserves a more appropriate name, thus Pygmalion. Pygmalion is not a restoration. With an early 80's 2F, a 4 speed in place of the original 3 speed, a completely non-original interior, and a solid color paint job, that ship sailed a long time ago. I've decided to go down the path of replacing what needs replacing and upgrading what I feel like upgrading. I want to thank a few members of the board who have made it possible to make Pygmalion a rig that will run for the next 40 years. Bob's (BobM) mastery of metal has allowed me to replace the floor pans, mounts, supports, and sills. James' (Midgainc) work on the hinges and the rear window gear replace parts that are largely unobtanium. Steve's (A1500Ram) replacement panels are a godsend. Each of these gents embody what I believe is the best part of this community and are performing a great service for everyone. Over the course of the next few weeks, I will be posting a bunch of pics following Pygmalion through the process of repair, replacement, and upgrade. Hopefully you enjoy the ride at least half as much as I am!!