As far as man not being a "meat eater"...
At one point we were nothing but scared little primates living on plants and living in trees. We were "pray" and limited in strength and endurance. Did not travel very far.
At some point we started eating "meat" which supplied protein for growth, brain...
Oh, and my wife is a great cook, loves to bake. She's still at 120 lbs she was when I met her 35 years ago, takes no meds. Not as big a snacker as I am,
but enjoys good food. She's also never been on any kind of diet.
Sorry guys, I'm on the "See" diet.
I "See" food and I eat food.
Guess I'm just lucky. At 70 I eat anything I want. BP is great, cholorestal is low. I'm a meat eater, love breads, eat junk food, and could survive very happily on KFC, Chic Fil A, Big Mac's and Whoppers.
Only meds are for...
Very nice Ranger.
Really love the old style flat 80"s era bug shield on the hood.
Back in them "olden" days, thats all we had available...none of the curvey formed shields available now.
Always pays to check all the info and charges on those purchase orders and paper work. Many will try to add whatever they can to make a few xtra bucks.
I remember the old "stain proofing" the interior for some really stupid amount when all it was was a $4 buck can of spray Scotchguard.
There is also a web site, Ford Auto Brochures.com where you can pull up a pdf and print one if you have a printer.
Same site has brochures for many other Ford models, some going back as far as 1966. All the Explorers, Mustangs, many Broncos, pretty much all the Ford badged models.
Couple of things...
There was no damage/dents/paint scratches on the panels I had done, so there wasen't anything to fix/repair. Just a wipe down with wax remover. A custom paint shop estimate was between $2500 and $3000 for the panels due to them having to remove all the lights, trim, door...