I know it's April Fools day, but this is not a joke, I, 4t64rd, am actually posting some tech. Please wait until I get all 15 pics up before commenting. Back before I moved my car to the barn I'm renting (and before I had a welder), I had the body off the frame, and sitting on some pretty flimsy "sawhorses" in my 1 car garage. I had cobbed together a cheap Home Depot metal sawhorse and some angle iron and some $8 landscape timbers to hold it up. As long as you didn't touch it, and there were no breezes in the garage, it held it up. It allowed me to roll the chassis out, work on it, and roll it back under. You can't see it but this is what was holding the back of the body up. I need to get the body back off the frame to run the rear brake lines, fuel lines, and to weld in all the brackets that are mockedup/bolted in. When I saw the gasser body on a dolly in Rod and Custom, I posted asking if anybody knew how it was put together. I drew up a dolly that would work for me and added it to that post. http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=157152 This is it again. I now have a welder and I've practiced a bit on a vice stand, I thought I'd actually build it. Cont'd in next post.