So i figure that now the truck looks like something id start a thread on it. This is a car im building for a customer. I met him through a mutual friend, who was building this truck first. Well after a year, the truck was only worse. The idea is the fella wants a daily driver out of this old truck, but non of the issues old trucks come with. So the plan was to put it on a 91' Ford ranger chassis, and bam, your done. Well the other guy was planning on using the floor and everything from the ranger. Seats, colum, pedals, dash, everything Needless to say, he got as far as taking the doors off the cab, then cutting the floor out, and there it sat. When i got it, the doors had a 2 inch gap at the bottoms, and the roof was bowed from where it hinged. So far, iv convinced the guy that if he wants a new truck, he should have just drove the ranger, but if he wants an old truck, its gonna look stock inside. I came up with a set of 7.00-16s on some 48 plymouth 16" rims and that was the first step. Onto the cab. I spent quite a while with a porta-power and chain trying to get the cab back in shape. After that, cross braces were added to hold it true. The cab was rotted all the way at the bottom, so i had to repair the A pillars just to get somthing to weld to. After some measureing and figuring, the cab would have to have 1 inch added to the floor height in order to mount up correctly. Plan is to use the original seat riser, seats, and colum for old-timey-ness but set the colum angle at a bit more comfy angle. heres where it sits after 2 months of working on it when im not at school. Heres the old cab. Its target practice now with the .22 Rust repair. New drivers door bottom. lower cowl area. cowl vent patch. Heres some of the floor sub-structure with body mounts in place. Heres the mill (ranger 3.0) and new radiator from a 62 Mercury And heres the truck so far. Next comes the fun task of building a bed that is 13 inchs longer than stock from these 2 beds.