Hey all. Here is the story. I picked up my 74 LT from a farm field outside of the town I grew up in. My buddy had bought it from a salvage in town back in 94 and they didn't give him the title. I actually knew this car from my drag racing/cruising days in High School. I did the due diligence and have what Colorado calls a builders title. Meaning, state patrol inspection, the state cleared it and reprinted the title with my name on it now. But, they hold it until I get the car together enough to pass a safety inspection. Meaning, I have the legit title sitting in a file at the DMV office... The interior, front bumper and grill parts were stolen by a guy that stored his 74 on the farm after the car was pushed out of the garage it was in by the renter who wasn't supposed to have access to the garage. Sometime over the years, the rear part was submerged in water enough that I dumped about 2 gallons of water out of the transmission when I pulled it. I also found it got rear-ended on the left side and the bumper won't set properly. So, it's pretty mush a waste of time to try and fix what is there. It will need to do full inner/outer quarter panels, wheel houses, tail light panel and possibly trunk filler panels. Oddly enough, the trunk floor pan looks brand new. I only have a couple small holes in the inside floor pan. Where I am now. I have mostly new interior (carpet, headliner, door panels rear deck) and some used trim pieces. I have nice front seats out of a 2012 Chevy car. The dash is 100% perfect condition (other than beer bottle caps stuck to the knobs) - meaning all original and complete - with the factory stereo. I have the back seats and interior floor patch panels, side and rear glass are perfect. I have legit side pipes that need the crossover tubes replaced. The doors are good, but front fenders need to be replaced. I scoured the country and ended up finding both bumpers - about a year apart. One of which I had to fly into Austin TX (had to get a welder from my bro-n-law too), drove to NW Dallas area and picked up the rear bumper and the console from a salvage. Here is my dilemma - I have 3 options... We obviously can't get repop bumpers for these cars, so if I spend all the time and money replacing all of the sheet metal and I ever need a bumper again, I could be toast. 1) do I just sell the car with all of the parts I have - I can legally sell it with the builders title paperwork. 2) do I rebuild it using the proper parts. 3) do I rebuild it using 70-73 parts and go pay $275 for new pencil bumpers and always be able to get those parts. What do you guys think? Thanks, Greg "Mac".