Looks like you got bit by out stupid apostrophe bug. sometimes when posting it gets cut off after the first apostrophe. It will drive you
it is especially bad when posting from a phone or apple product.
This is hard to answer. i think it depends on what you want to do with it. Trail rig? the more solid one. Resto? Whichever one you like better. Some where in the middle? the one that is most complete. value? it's pretty much awash.
You are going to get answers all over the board here but this is my thought:
These rigs are so hodge podge, it's not like other vehicles where "numbers matching" or rare colors/options make much of a difference. Big value drivers are engines (401 or modern drivetrains like LS/LT or Hemi are good), originality (tons of lift, multiple paint jobs, aftermarket wiring, etc. usually drops value), and reliability (if it runs/drives/everything works/nothing leaks/pass smog or inspections drive value up). If you have a 78 that was a stripped 6cyl and you put in a nice LS it will be worth A LOT more. If it was a Levis and you put in a some super nice/comfy/not gawdy seats, it will be worth more (and more fun to drive).
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