I'd run down to the parts store and buy some cheap paint and spray it as it is just to seal it up for the winter. Those things rust at the thought of salt and moisture. If you can't keep it, sell it right away. The market is slow now and it might take awhile to sell. You might consider offering it for trade also since most people don't have any money anyway these days.
The only truck I have that I am thinking of getting rid of is my 77 W250 Power Wagon. It is a D code 440 Sno Commando truck but has a poor running 400 or 383 in it now. Haven't touched in in over a year. Has a big steel flat bed on it and a plow. I'm not sure what to do with it. You might see it on CL soon.
How's it going, it's Bruno. I have a 79 ramcharger from Nick that has really nice panels and runs pretty well that I have about $2200 invested already. I have no clue what to do with this thing. Jill is already getting agitated (lol) and we have a second child on the way so spending time on it is a problem. The issue is that it is in primer and I am not sure how much to sink into this thing and time is now becoming my enemy. By the time it is all said and done with some Maaco paint I could be at $5000 into something that has a really tight resale market if I need to sell it. Do you have any mopar guidance? Or, Do you wanna buy it or have any trucks you wanna trade for it?