I'm going to run this thing into the ground, so I might as well document it. 2005 Yukon Denali. Got it completely stock with somewhere around 260,000 miles I lost a lot of my old photos, but here's one I managed to pull from an old thread. First thing I did was pull the running boards off, then the trim. They were in rough shape and had some gouges from being daily'd in New England for 10 years. I still might clean them up and put them back on. A couple weeks later I cranked it up because I was bored and tired of the decent ride It sat like that for quite a while, until I decided to see what amazon had for discount products. The grille chrome is peeling and the shell is cracked, so I really didn't ruin a perfect grille by cutting it out. And that's how it sits now, dirty and rusting. A little over 292,000 miles Most of the time and effort on this has been replacing worn out parts. Everyday I seem to change my mind on what I want to do with it. It needs paint work, rockers, a few dents fixed, an alignment, I need to realign the front body panels, I think my core support is bent. I need to rebuild the drivers seat. The clear coat is peeling on the wheels and they are curbed, I need to strip and repair them. Lots of little things to do. Eventually it will get something cool done to it, no idea what it is yet.