While eating chinese food the wife was convinced by a couple simple pieces of paper.
These were almost a month apart at different restaraunts.
It originally had a 232 c.i. (sibling of 258) AMC I-6 , AMC version of the TH400, and a Dana 20 transfer case.
I received it with NO engine, and transfer case and tranny seperate. It still has the original light blue front and rear seats in decent/ useable condition, front floor mounted lap belts, and 4 round tires. That's a good start in my book.
A few links I came across after purchasing:
Heres the craigslist picture that was on the ad:
BIG NOTE: some of the stuff I do is by the book, some stuff requires
additional engineering to make it safe and sturdy enough.
If you don't know what a lugnut or ujoint is, get help.
If you have no fabrication skills, get professional help before attempting any of this
stuff. A poor weld or design can leave you at best stranded, and at worst you and or others dead.