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  1. Howdy folks, I open this discussion in the spirit of dissuading the next person. And the argument for not doing this would be a LOT stronger if I had documented the grave as I started digging. But the skeleton is scary enough. That said, may be this isnt a huge deal for knowledgeable folks. I know nothing of the subject spare the readings of threads here. Here is what I dug up: a 1986 toyota conquest. Slightly different than the one gloriously decapitated on youtube. But similar enough. Rear bath. automatic. 100+k miles but smogged and registered. Thats all the good news. In the opposing corner, we have: no or near no appliances. The propane piping is complete. The convertor/charger exists. There is a water pump, and its operating circuit. Thats about it. The floor will want its due share of attention. The roof has two spots that seem to need immediate care, but once dissected are likely to reveal nasty surprises. The front will need a total redoing. As will the bath. All cabinets, and so on. Here, I document Mr. car as it is today, please peruse at leisure, the time to ask you questions about life and everything will be upon us whenever I can complete a dissection and cursory inspection. http://imgur.com/a/MTLDz Will add as I make meaningful discoveries or rectification/repair. Thanks for reading.