Well, it's only taken over 12 years to get this far, but there's been some progress on my 55 Cameo. First of all, a little bit of it's history. The first pic is from when my dad bought the truck in 1987. It was really rough, but all of the Cameo parts, (except the rear bumper), were in very good condition. The farthest back that it could be traced was the early 70's, when it was in the Lasalle / Peru Illinois area. The next pic is from after I completely rebuilt it for dad. By the way, it looked alot better in this pic than it did in person. The third pic is from when it was totalled in May 1996. This is what happens when a mid-90's Buick pulls out from a side road, in front of a 55 Cameo, when the Cameo is going about 60 MPH, or so. I still don't remember the actual collision. Finally, this is what happens to a, (brand new at the time), mid 90's Buick when it is broadsided by a 55 Cameo, that is doing about 60 MPH. Fortunately, (and suprisingly), no one was seriously hurt. No, I didn't have a seat belt on. I hadn't had them installed yet. As bad as it looked, the Cameo parts survived very well. The cab was crunched kind of like an accordian. The rear window, although unbroken, was partially popped out. Fortunately, the damage basically stopped at the back of the cab. There were only a few stress cracks in the fiberglass box parts and nothing done to the taillights or rear bumper.. The frame itself was bent pretty badly too. The driver's side frame rail was pushed back about 3 inches, and every crossmember was bent. Even the front axel was twisted. The engine and trans survived, too. They ended up being ripped off of their motor mounts and shoved into the firewall. Even the Clifford intake and headers were OK.