Hey Guys, Look what I found on craigslist. The previous owner told me the camper shell was built back in the fifties by a guy that worked for Boeing Aircraft. It is made out of 6061 aluminum, is riveted together, and has B-52 Bomber blueprints etched on the inside skin. The previous owner told me he found the etched blueprints after removing some wood paneling that had gotten wet. He told me he left it like that because it was too cool to coverup. I agree with him 100%. I bought it as I'm in the process of building a 1940 Chevy truck with WWII aircraft goodies. I have a B-17 Bomber .50 cal ring sight that I plan on using for a hood ornament. Recognition light assembly from a B-17. Tail lock assemblies, I'm going to adapt to inside door locks. The campershell is almost too tall for my pickup bed and would have to be cut down in height to be cab high, but thought it would look cool to have it on for weekend rod runs. What do you think?