Just one tire to get it rolling for the first time in no telling how long. I just pulled it a block to the carwash and back. When I get a little more work done on it and it is ready to go for a longer trip I will definitely buy two new tires
. I guess I'll have to buy two new wheels too. Good news is that it did indeed roll. The guy that drug it out of the woods and a block to where I'm working on it drug it on a blown wheel with a completely unrelated truck tire stuck up underneath it that I didn't discover until I jacked it up and found it lodged underneath.
I'll try to get some better pictures of the back window and others as soon as possible.
The floor just as you enter the door is ripped on both sides back about 8 or 9 inches. I thought initially that it was a wooden floor but it appears to be fiberglass. It looks like it is a complete fiberglass top as well as bottom. I suppose that is no surprise to you regulars. How does one repair fiberglass like that though in a critical spot where you step. I think I can patch a hole, but a load bearing step???