Slightly Modified-This thread will be for the 1991 4 door 4x4 that I purchased about a year ago. Not only will I be repairing it, I am going to perform some mild modifications. I had seen it sitting out near the field on one of my neighbors property and ask him if he would sell it. He asked what I would give for it and knowing that he was in a scrapping mood I told him that I would give him $10- per 100 pounds. $400- The wheels I purchased about two weeks later. Here are a few pictures: it's been bumped in the front and a fender has been replaced. The left rear side glass had been busted out and I found one at a junk yard for $15- The receiver hitch was on it when I got it which I was glad to see because I always need a good hitch. Yes that is a Farmall M behind it, a 1947 I think. It came equipped with the bench seat. All of the seats and carpet are in good condition. Door panels too but I need a gray drivers side front door panel. It is complete under the hood. When I purchased it, someone had already started removing the A4LD The crossmember was missing however both of the driveshafts were with it and the transfer case was hanging by 3 bolts. Phase 1 will included whatever the V-6 4.0 OHV engine needs, It is suppose to run and was recently swapped out. Rebuild the A4LD for now and I may go ahead and go through the BW T-1354e transfer case while it is out of the vehicle. I want to perform a 2" body lift and am keeping the lift short enough that the steering linkage wont require much modification and also 1.5" front coil spring spacers which will pretty much just level the truck out. The mild lift should make enough room for 31.1" tires. Here is a picture of my "stand in" 31x10.5x15 for sizing things up as I go. The last parts of Phase 1 will be the addition of rear disc brakes off of an 8.8 out of a 1998 5.0 Explorer. Also new 31.1 (actual) 32x11.5x15s will be installed on the stock aluminum quarter hole wheels with rivets, that need totally refurbished. Phase 2 it will be a bit more mildly modified. In the picture above, You may notice the double hump 302/5.0 oil pan. Plans include installing a very mild 302, with a small carburetor with Duraspark electronic ignition. Also a built C-5 with an Advanced adapter kit to hook up to the BW T-1354e transfer case. Very basic. I have searched and studied online and got it down to the basics. Double hump pan, '88 Mustang convertible motor mounts reversed. '97 5.0 Ex/Mountaineer headers to clear the steering and box. Remote oil filter relocation hardware to clear the steering box. Also some radiator support modifications to house a bigger, better radiator. And a few other things for sure. Headers and oil filter adapter that I recently picked up at the junk yard. I know that I need the 90 degree type. Stay tuned and in a few weeks the first thing that I am going to do is rebuild the A4LD which I will be documenting if anyone is interested. Added: I meant to mention at the beginning of this thread what I will be using this 4x4 for. We occasionally canoe, camp or take the flat bottom boat out to fish a little. Most of the time the .access to the canoe boat launch spots are in good shape however sometimes the paths are a little wet or muddy. The mods should be enough that we can get in and out. I already know that our 2WD Explorers with P23575R15 Wranglers get stuck real easy. Once the treads get full of gooey mud, that is it. This should be some better between the 4WD and a little more aggressive tire/tread.