Aw, I dunno. Wife is keeping me tied up in the kitchen, got done with the cabinets I was working on and now she wants a riveted copper hood over the cooktop. I guess she thinks I know a little about sheet metal fabbercatin? hehe I dunno where she came up with that idea... Fellers, you guys that are suggesting the top need to be chopped (more than it is already) on John's PU just ain't got ya thinkin right. I've seen the truck and saw John try to sit in it, and it ain't pretty! Picture yourself sitting in a T-bucket (that is the same interior dimensions as John's truck), then put a roof 10" above the top of the door. That's what you got in John's truck. The Fordor door screws up the proportion as you see the truck in a picture. The doors ae narrower than a sedan or coupe door and gives the illusion that the cab is larger than it actually is. Sitting against the back of the cab, John's knees are up at his chest. Also, the comments about the roof line are the result of misunderstanding the T body construction. The wood that will run along the top of the body sets the final shape of the roof line.