It's still in the barn, but it looks like I'll negotiate it out of there. As the title says, it is currently a pickup, and I understand Chrysler didn't make any that year. With help on aaca.org, we have figured out: -It was manufactured in Nov. 1926 as a 50 series (4 cyl), probably a 4 door touring or 2 door roadster. -It has rear wheel only mechanical brakes -The engine has been disassembled in the truck bed for about 41 years. -The wheels appear to be from a later model -The pickup bed would have to have been from something else -Chrysler never put the gas tank in the cowl like this -The roof seems to be very well constructed as if it was supposed to have been there. If it was 100% original, I'd definitely be restoring it 100%. But since it isn't, I'm interested in opinions, and this seems to be the place. Nothing too wild, but let the suggestions roll.