So far the steel glove box I made for mine, there was a big empty space there last night.
Of course I've only owned it for a couple weeks, muck more work to do!
Engineer in training
"Anything that is complex is not useful and anything that is useful is simple. This has been my whole life's motto." –Mikhail Kalashnikov
“And note that it behooves a good Workman to hammer his Work as true as he can; for one quarter of an hour spent at the forge, may save him an hours work at the vice.” Josheph Moxon “Mechanick Exercises” from the year 1703
I'm gonna go practical here, and say my headlights.
Re-wired everything to run through relays (the switch in the dash used to get so hot you could smell it), and that alone was a huge improvement. Then went to H4 conversion lenses and that was a huge improvement. Then went with silver stars, and I can see as well at night as most modern cars! Woo.
Seriously, that whole thing, home-made harness, bulbs, and lenses was about the best $100 I've spent on the truck.
Full tank of gas, literally doubles the value of the vehicle at these prices
06-Corvette z51-6spd,b&b,K&N low miles.
77-Corvette Stingray 496 BBC/TH400 built 667hp+
00 WJ 4x4, 4.7 stroker, turbocharged,..lots more..
01 WJ 4x2 4.7v8 Limited (needs valve job)
90 Grand Wagoneer 401 Edelbrock Heads, Lunati .510/.527 FT Cam, Edelbrock RPM Air Gap, Holley HP 750, Thorley Headers, HEI, Electric Fan w Digital controller,4" lift 31x10.50 Goodyear Duratrac's on Pro-Comp Wheels,new interior, seats,seals,Alpine and JL full system, Remote HEI, Clifford 2 way with remote start,windows,tailgate.
96 Cherokee Country 4dr/2x2 White/Tan 3" Lift Sahara 18" Wheels 32.5"'s 99up head and intake- for sale soon!