For the windshields, carefully pop the trim off, then thread a guitar string thru the tar part and have someone inside the car and someone outside and "saw" the gooey part. Body panels and floor pans are going to be a combination of spot weld cutter, air nibbler, plasma torch, cut off wheel or recip saw. Before you start cutting, find out the best methods of doing each task. Performance Years forum has a body restoration sections. If you cut the panels out wrong, they may be unusable. Bear used a site called Paintification for refference, I don't know if they cover bodywork or not.
The frame should just unbolt from the body.
Also don't just chop it up and scrap what you don't use, someone may be looking for the part.
Thanks for the tip on checking on where to cut. I did not think of the possibility of cutting it wrong and making it unusable. Yes, I want to chop up parts, but still have them as usable as possible for someone else. I am thinking at very least, patch panels.
I do not plan on just chopping it up and tossing it aside. My plan is to take off what I need (rear end, front/rear suspension, exhaust, motor mounts, etc) and part out the rest to folks who want original parts. I know someone is always looking for individual panels. I know the doors, trunk lid, trunk floor, floor pan and frame will sell quickly (all of which I have sold/bought before); and I am betting that there is also a market for the roof, full quarters, firewall and glass.
Chuck, there is no engine, tranny or front clip on parts car so I may have to either invest in a spring compressor or rent one. Good to hear no surprises on rear suspension. I was afraid it was either under pressure (like front springs) or that I needed a special tool (which I am likely not to have) to get it off.
On frame, I know there are around 10-12 bolts holding body on, but is that a two person job to remove the bolts?