Today I added some seat covers as I start revitalizing Juno. I'm still taking baby steps. Had hoped to get her to the mechanic's this week to look at the accelerator pump issue but we just aren't getting a break in the weather. Today is lovely but it's been rainy and more rain and snow coming our way. There's no way I want to untarp her right now. Going to have to wait til we get warmer and drier weather. In the meantime I'll start her up every few days and run her. Rick didn't bring her in with a full tank of gas, and she's running low, but that's what I figure gas cans are for, right? Anyway, while the seats (pulled from something - who knows what - they aren't original) were in good shape and comfortable they were seriously stained and no amount of elbow grease and cleaners was making a dent so seat covers seemed the best idea. They were a challenge though. They don't make seat covers (at least on Amazon) that accommodate the arm rests. Additionally, I couldn't get the headrests off. Ultimately I took a chance on these: https://www.amazon.com/Jaybally-Waterproof-Protector-Compatible-Uni... and am pleased with the result. They didn't fit perfectly, but look fairly smooth (if not perfectly snug). These covers require you cut two holes for the headrest poles - I just cut a slit and slipped it over the whole headrest, once down you couldn't see it. Duck tape underneath for a little reinforcement. So it's not like some of the really attractive custom made seat covers I've seen, but for $46, and thirty minutes of my time I feel like it freshened things up. I'm bringing her right up into the 90s :-) I'm really ecstatic over the room in the cab compared to the Toyotas I was originally looking for. One could easily and comfortably use the passenger seat as an office space with a laptop and lapdesk. Overall I've continued to clean and assess. Purchased a step brace for the lower step. Started stripping off glued down velcro and take stickers and decals off windows. Popped the hood and started to acquaint myself with her innards. Unhappily I think Juno didn't come with A/C. The PO just said it didn't work, but I don't see a compressor (at least what images on google show one should look like), the vents in the dash are just molded plastic - to look closed, but not real vents, and there are no a/c controls - just a hot and cold lever. Looking at the bright side. If there is no a/c then there's no a/c to fix, right? But wow, I haven't had a/c in a car since well before 84! I'm enjoying all this more than I thought - I love getting away from the computer and just tackling one task at a time, using my hands (which are starting to accumulate bandaids) and figuring things out. The feeling of accomplishment, and no one looking over my shoulder to tell me how to do it - to approve or disapprove - is really freeing. I have to say, though, not sure I could have done this ten years ago without forums and youtube!