I inherited my dad's 1962 GMC 1/2ton shortbed pu. He "restored" it years ago as the 2nd owner. He had it painted wild strawberry metallic,(inside and out), with pearl mica white on the rims, bumpers, grill letters and a bit on the hoods side badges. All new, at the time, interior which is still perfect. The down sides: The wood bed was dinged up so he and his buddy had the bright idea to plane them out. ou: So now the boards don't fit. Still have 'em as templates so as not to have to buy a new set of boards. While driving back to IL from Wy it slipped a main bearing. The motor didn't blow, but it's a 365v6 and nobody really wants that engine. It actually depreciates the book value 15% It's got a busted shock mount on the rear passenger side and while being towed the rest of the way to IL I believe it was the ball joint on the passenger side went out too. So I'm looking for opinions. Fix it, or sell as is? I'd love to keep it as it's the only one he ever finished. But it's not one I need. That, and the fiance says we don't get married until the house is built. :eek2: I also figure whoever would buy it would probably pull the whole drivetrain and replace it. Probably with a Chevy 350 and an r700. uzzled: Sooo, feedback please.