So I've had this desire for a long time to do an early 30's pickup. I've asked questions on this forum and have gotten some excellent advice, however I'm not certain that my build would be proper for this forum or even interesting to the good folks that frequent this site. I say that because although I enjoy turning wrenches and spending time in the garage I am not a great body man, fabricator or mechanic so a lot of this build is going to be more like the assembly of aftermarket parts. I have a great deal of respect for those of you who can make something from nothing but I'm not that guy. What I have done is a lot of reading, attending events, asking questions, and making up my mind what I really want. I sold my '42 pickup, saved some cash, and may even sell my '64 Falcon (2 dr hardtop 260 4-spd) to finance this project 'cause it ain't gonna be cheap. Here's the plan: -'32 Ford Pickup (already bought a nice '33 cab) -Brookville '32 chassis -9" Ford rear, 31 spline posi drum brakes -Dropped I-beam front axle, 4 bars, vega box, disc brakes -Brookville pickup builders kit (bed, fenders, running boards, grille shell, etc.) -331 Cadillac engine (I love the early, not often seen mills) -200 or 700R4 trans (all my previous rides have had 3 pedals, ready for an auto) -Steelies, caps, and radial tires (this is going to get driven-a lot) -A/C (I want comfort in my old age) -Matte black paint So there's the plan. I know many of you will criticize some of my choices but hey, it's my ride and it's what I want. So, back to the original question; is this a proper build for this forum and would anybody other than me find it interesting?