Well there just can never be any empty space in the garage. I have completed my O/T 68 C10 project and my grandfather has sold off the 64 Chevelle he took in trade on another flipper, we have both had our eyes on the lookout for something else to tinker on. While driving to go look at a 31 Model A coupe we game to a red light at a intersection in this little neighborhood. I just happened to look around the intersection and a garage door was open at first I thought I saw a 32 Ford grille at the front of the open door. I pointed it out to my grandfather and we decided we would drive by after looking at this Model A. The A was a nice car, but needed everything as it was a bone stock coupe. As we left we pulled over to see if that garage door was still open and it was. A better glance showed that it not a 32 ford but a 33/34 pickup. The door started closing and people were leaving so we just kept on driving, but my grandpa said he was going to drive by later in the week and knock on the door. A week goes by and he stops by and knocks on the door and asks if the pickup might be for sale and just so happens they were about ready to sell it as they were never going to fix it up. So we arranged to look at later in the week and for them to come up with a price to see if it was even worth really looking at. Went back yesterday and looked the truck over. Made a counter offer, they accepted and we hauled this beauty home. Its a 34 grille shell, but everything else is 33. All henry steel, bed has been shortened, spare tire well has been filled, the firewall has never been messed with. We still haven't found any rust or rust repair patches, just some minor dents and dings that will not be too hard to work out. The motor/trans is a 70s Toyota 4 banger and matching 5 speed. We already have that lined up to trade off as we have a 56 Chevy 265 ready to drop in and a F1 3 speed (think 39 box but open driveline), the front end is a 35-48 setup as it a suicide setup, still has a wishbone. It does have juice brakes. The interior is old school tuck and roll with diamonds. The only thing we are not sure of is the rear end. We think its 9" out of a truck, if anyone has an idea let me know. The bolt patter is 5x5.5"