Okay, here's the deal. These are a few pics I've had kicking around. I'll post more on Thursday. It's a crazy week at the office. 92 V8J80 Engine Stuff: 350 tbi Chevy mated to A440F with Advanced Adapters Plate Late 60's Chevy Corvette RamHorns exhaust manifolds Fat HEI ignition dual electric fans on aftermarket metal top radiator (this will be replaced with a Ron Davis Dual Pass / Dual Fan unit shortly) High Performance starter cross over exhaust tied into a Magnaflow muffler Summit Racing Mechanical Oil Pressure and Water Temp Gauges Raised breathers for T-Case, Diffs, Tranny, etc. Dual Orbital Batteries with Perko Marine selector switch Safari Snorkle ARB Air Lockers Front and Rear Suspension Ome 850 / 863 with OME N73/74 shocks OME steering stabilizer 1" Mr. Tuffy spacers up front Wheels American Racing black 15 x 8 Pizza Cutter mud terrains siped 33 x 9.5 Protection and Stuff ARB with Warn 8k (traded a free nail gun for the winch ) Full Length Kaymar Tradesman Rack Hella 500's Recovery Stuff 50 ft. 3/8" grade 60 chain 40 ft. 3/8" grade 70 chain 60" HiLift Rescue 42 Husqvarna Rancher 55 chainsaw with 18" bar and commercial chain 4 screw down shackles 6 Ag shackles 3- 30' snatch straps 1 Warn Snatch Block A bunch of SAE and Metric tools Military Issue folding shovel 18" Flares (12) First Aid kit Fire Extinguisher 40 Channel Cobra CB with 4' Firestick antenna Cool Stuff It's paid off Limo Tint Lived in interior Stock Mud proof floors (they wash right out) Chicks dig it and guys want one I don't rock crawl, so I haven't bothered to make sliders yet. I am more into overland expedition stuff. Going slow sucks. I have a Lincoln Pro Mig 135, and plenty of steel lying around, but I haven't built sliders and a new swing-away rear bumper yet. I have 2 new 4x4 Labs spindles/pivots sitting in the box with the latches for when I get around to whipping something up. I have put 15k on the engine since the swap and it's awesome. With the fuel costs though, even though I went from 10 mpg up to 14 mpg with the 350, I still want a diesel. The adapter and the mounts are the same for the 350 / 5.7 and the 6.2 and 6.5 engines. I'm looking around for a 6.5td so I can start brewing biodiesel. It should be an easy drop in to replace the 350. California requires that the original diesel fuel tank and lines have to go in too, so I will likely up the fuel capacity from the stock 25gallons up to 40-50 gallons. Biodiesel costs .40 a gallon to make and I have a supply availability of 200 gallons per week. Sweet! 200 gallons for $80 will be cool. It beats $3.00 x 200 = $600! Anyway, this thing kicks butt. I wash it with my powerwasher at least twice a year out of consideration for my neighbors unless it's super muddy, then it gets a bonus wash. White paint rules. It is a work truck pure and simple. I have to drive offroad everyday and typically in 10" dust and mud dependent on the season. I've managed to keep it out of water deeper than the door handles and it's never had any major issues. I've used it to work in Construction, Agriculture, Archaeology, and Safety. I still do most of these things simultaneously. The dual ARB lockers are worth having. I've never gotten stuck too deep where I've had to winch out, I've always driven out. Of course that sometimes takes a half hour or so.... By the way, CookieMonster is giving all of you his salute of the day.