This is a 1972 Jeep Commando that the customer had began removing the floor to repair the rust issues, when he decided that it was a more than he wanted to take on. This Jeep was brought to us in February of 2014. We finished cutting out all of the rust in the body and the floor and began the task of fabricating 4 new floor pans and the rear pan, along with many exterior panels. After all of the pans and panels were welded in place, we undercoated the entire underside and coated the floor with bed protector. Then we painted the exterior with a nice classic green and topped that off with many wet coats of clear coat. The customer has now taken the jeep home to finish replacing the other necessary parts.