I will show yours my Ford Pickup project which I built since 2015. Normally I am more a "Mopar-Guy" and love the old Flatheads from these cars. My first Car was a 1950 Chrysler New Yorker Straight 8 and I have it till now. I also built Studebaker Pickup`s, which I have sell after restauration. Here in hole Europe the Ford V8 Flathead is, similar to the USA, very popular and mostly the one and only for hot rodding. But sorry I would not drive the mainstream… Ok, what`s to do? My daily business are big Truck`s and that`s the way to go for this hot rod project. The idea was born, I would like to have a old Ford Truck but not the Ford V8 in it. My first intention was, put a Chrysler straight 8 in it, because I have a running engine for spare. But no…, I would like to have one the biggest factory built V8 Flathead period correct and found the Caddy 346!!! This forum helps a lot in the past to found information`s I need about this engine. After any time in 2014 I found a rolling, most complete 34`Ford Pickup without engine in Lubbock Texas. The first step was, shipping the car to me oversee. In the PU was a dropped Superbell front axle and a Chevy rear axle ( don`t know which one, but maybe anyone see this on picture and can give info). The wishbones where splitted also. After the PU arrived me, the work begins on frame and axles. We drilled the front axle for better design Wishbones drilled and new mount for it. Frame boxing and 4 link for rear axle. Between all this work the good Guy from Texas helped me to found a Caddy Flathead and arrange al the rebuild procedure, parts and so on for the engine. This was a lot of work and email contact from one continent to the other. All this need one year to bring a fresh rebuilt engine to my destination. I was very glad to have the possibility to buy a rare 3 speed stick shift Lassalle gear box and the put it on the engine with all clutch parts… This makes this drive train perfect for my opinion . We put the engine in the frame and a nice accident comes to help: the drive shaft from a Ford Explorer fits perfect the space between gear box and rear axle without any work on it.