I recently acquired this from a great guy in Valley View, TX. I began the process of cleaning over the weekend. I trashed the rotten top saving all the metal parts, doors and bows. I took the PO's wheels off and put on my stock rims and tires. I threw out the seats which were from some car. The driver side seat frame was cut up to adapt to the car seat and not usable. The passenger frame was salvagable and shown in the interior photo. Everything appears to be pretty solid but needs a fuel tank and rewiring under the dash. The PO said the V-6 was rebuilt before he bought it. It runs very well and does not smoke. The radiator leaks. While cleaning it up I saw RANCHO and a part # stenciled on the top of one of the springs. I cleaned up the others and they are replacement also. I looked up the part number in a catalog and figured out they are 2.5" lift. There are also 4 Rancho 5000 shocks on the corners. I painted the bumpers and installed tail lights to keep the HOA at bay. (Well maybe...) It came with V-6 emblems that had been painted over when the camo paint job was done. Before I jack them up does anyone have a suggestion on how to remove that paint without removing the factory paint? Or am I just hoping for the impossible?