I've recently been more productive on my ford so heres a little show and tell on the progress. I started with a cab and bed on the original frame modified with a 1971 camaro front clip, a late model firebird rear and a 1995 full sized chevy van TBI engine and wiring harness. I immediately ditched the wiring harness for a Painless 8 circuit modular and the TBI setup in favor of a more simple Edelbrock performer 2 intake manifold and Holley 750 dp(my only spare useable carb at the moment). After wiring the entire truck i decided a lower center of gravity was in order so I took it all apart and lost motivation. It sat in my garage untouched for a little over 2 years. About 4 months back the urge to get going on it again overwhelmed me and I went back to work. I reworked the frame by welding in 2x3 rails with 1 5/8 and .25" plate x-bracing, hoop and reinforcement under the footprint of the cab. This allowed me to lower the cab 6 inches and returned the original swept down look of the subframe. My neighbor Zach did the main rails (as I am not a pro welder yet) and I wanted it to be warp free and strong as hell. Future plans for the frame is a 12 pt roll cage and some changes to the back half and suspension. I lifted up the suspension from the previous stance to get better suspension geometry and purchased some new rolling stock, future plans call for a 5 link with either air bags or coilovers. The interior is accented with 16ga copper plate and 16ga @ .25" brass plate, .5" rubber floor and the rear bench seat from a 1975 datsun b210. I am rather tall(6'5") and have big feet(14) so I moved the column pitch up to accommodate the 6" lower cab and new pedal position. I just popped in a nos windshield with a custom made copper center post with brass accents... still lots to do in here!