Last weekend I took my 1931 Chevy 5 window coupe for it's first drive since bringing it back to life. I went to the Ventura Nationals and then did the endurance drive and show the next day. The '31 did just fine, it drove straight, it's quick, fun to drive and it didn't kill me. All very good things! The one thing that needs improving is the steering. It has a terrible turning radius to the right and the left wasn't much better. Parking lots and u turns are just out of the question. I have attempted to build a traditional hot rod. I tried to use parts that were available before 1964. I restored or replaced the wood. I did have to cut a few minor corners to get it on the road before I die of old age. It has the stock steering box, 1952 Chevy pickup front axle, springs and brakes. My question to the forum is: I heard that the trick swap is to use the steering column and box out of a 1952-54 chevy pick up. Is this correct or is there another swap out there from another vehicle that would fit my project?