In high school I had this 71 "White Sale Special" Ranchero, it was grabber yellow and the only one like it in town This is a picture of a factory brochure I found online that shows it better and lists the package I bought this Ranchero over a year ago to restore. My time is short so it will be a long term project. I have purchased a passenger door and fender and a tailgate, working on bodywork now. I also have a "built" 351W to replace the 250 6-banger. If I live long enough it will be finished out like the one I used to own, the one car I let get away that I wish I had back! As you can see there is a lot of bodywork in this Ranchero, but I have worked on worse in the past. The paint is original, so there are no surprises. The tailgate was trash, and the passenger door and fender were pretty bad. After months of work on the right rear and the door I decided I had made a mistake in NOT taking it to bare metal. It looked good in primer but when I would sand it the primer was softer than the original paint and would always sand off first, creating waves I couldnt live with So after a frustrating weekend of longblock sanding, I decided to do it right. I took out a fresh package of 120 grit for my DA sander and went all the way to bare metal. I also found places I should have pulled or hammered more before using filler, so I think I am on the right track.