Yep, that’s the original Sunflower Yellow ’72-vintage GM paint. Those are also the factory door handles, badging, and trim. The only body modifications that Hairapetian made to the truck was to remove the large factory mirrors (they got in the way during off-road travel) and replace them with correct-for-the-year standard mirrors. He also every-so-slightly trimmed the front and rear fenders so the large 37x12.50R16 Interco Super Swamper SSR tires can travel without body contact. Do you dig those old school wheels? They’re mid-’70s factory 16x7.5 GM steelies that have been powdercoated white and fitted with GMC hubcaps from a ’70 GMC pickup truck. The front hubcaps have been bored out for the Mile Marker manual hubs. On top of the rig is a period-correct, out-of-production Con-Ferr roof rack that measures 4 feet wide by 6 feet long by 6 inches tall. It holds a Hi-Lift Jack, spare tire, CB antenna, recovery tools, fire extinguisher, four PIAA front-facing lights, a duo of PIAA square rear-facing lights.