Mike stayed with me recently while on a trip from his New Zealand homeland. I scanned these pics of his 28 pickup project back home. Mike is not a HAMBer but his sweetheart is so if anyone has a question we can probably get it answered. Search Mike's name on the H.A.M.B. and you will see that he is a master fabricator. I was impressed with some of the fresh ideas he is incorporating in this project. His vision is that when finished you won't see any welds anywhere on the truck. Most of the cab is scratch built, it is wedge chopped (not really, built from scratch that way) with the posts leaned forward giving a kind of forward moving curved look..... Here is a hairpin like no other. Think early motorcycle frame when looking at it. There are many hours invested, The rear will take a urethane bushing. The sleeved areas are sweated together to seal everything but before that there is alot of tig welding inside and out and also alot of plug welding.