Since I've already done Restoration, (440-6 powered '70 Road Runner)Sleeper, (289 powered '72 Datsun 620 pickup) Street-Racer, (440 powered'70 Duster) and Strip-Only (460 powered '77 Pinto Cruising wagon) projects,each with pretty hefty budgets, this time I wanted to go a completelydifferent route: A fun, simple, Low-Buck Dodge B-van project, withoutany worries about quality, compatibility, correctness, or cost issues. When I make my scouting trips to the local Pull-A-Part, vans similarto mine are my first targets, but nearly all in the yard are fair gamefor harvesting. During one of my early expeditions, I discovered a'85 Peugeot 505 Turbo that gave-up a nice electric radiator fan withtemp. sensors & cast aluminum shroud ($12.50) , Pilot driving lightswith relay, harness and lighted switch ($26.00) , a power moonroofmotor and guide-channels ($22.50) which I'll use to raise & lower aflatscreen out of the top of a cabinet, gas trunk struts ($5.00) thatwill be used for the access panel in the top of the bed pedistal, plusa stereo system that is old (1993) but can still piss-off neighbors 5blocks away! For only $59.00, I scored a nice Alpine tuner ($12.50),a pair of detachable a/d/s 1" tweeters ($2.50 each) , 2 a/d/s 5"midrange speakers ($2.50 each) , two adjustable a/d/s 4X6 two-wayspeakers ($2.50 each) 2 a/d/s crossover boxes, a Monster harness($16.50), a/d/s 4-channel amp ($12.50) and power antenna ($2.50 )(I broke it before installing ) . DOhh! I even found a Alpine brochureand owners manual (for the tuner) in the glove box. I also grabbedthe heated leather front seats ($43.00 ea.) and after a quick cleaning,sold them to a neighbor for $160.00, giving me enough profitto pay for the entire stereo system, gas struts, fan, and shroud.