Well, while Bubba was an accomplished welder, he wasn't very savvy about jeeps. He wasn't afraid to get in there and rebuild using his imagination, where others might have checked what a component really should look like.
That said, you have got a relatively good frame and tub.
There's a few issues that you will have to address, if not sooner, then later, depending on the depth of your purse.
I'd guess you'll have to strip it all off and rebuild the driver's side axe and shovel areas, the profile of the back panel,frame rear crossmember, rebuild the windscreen outer and inner, replace the tank and restore the floor profile next to the tank --- and ditch that dreadful rear seat!
You'll have a lot of fun and learn many new skills that you thought you'd never be capable of. And to see a really good resto emerge will be very encouraging. And it'll keep you off the streets.
I believe we've already seen your working on the front frame horns and gussets. It's just a matter of plugging on, doing one thing at a time. It's fun to step back and admire your work each time you finish some part of your project.
Looking forward to following your experiences. take plenty of pictures.
"The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt"..Bertrand Russell