Quote: Are you going to replace the roof or do a new body?
I had a chance to buy a '87 4Runner for $600, but was 3 hours too late An entire body swap would have been the fastest and easiest...
I have been doing the body work, and the glass now fits. Not urethaned in yet, making it prettier while it's out of the way. PortaPower and a bunch of stud welding / slide hammer pulling, and now the first thin layer of bondo on. I have another set of wheels for daily driving, so I'm not rushing this. But it wll be decent.
-------------------- 85 4Runner - With NEW Marlin 4.7 Gears!! It's a whole new beast!
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