This is one tough truck. Push on the go pedal and it _goes_. The 460 will tow anything with (or without) wheels, and the exhaust note is heavenly.
The handling is, of course, truck-like. It won't be winning any slalom competitions, but as trucks go, it isn't exceptionally bad.
Stopping power is more than adequate thanks to massive disc brakes in front, and equally massive drums in the rear.
It IS thirsty (13 MPG is probably as high as it gets), but dual factory tanks add convenience; a switch on the instrument panel controls an electronic solenoid to switch between tanks while on the move.
Fit and finish are all what you'd expect from a '70's truck: lots of metal held together with big bolts and welds.
Aside from my own doings (letting it sit for almost a year), it has been amazingly reliable in nearly all areas except for the carb, which has been trouble from day one.