I'm picking up a 33 Chevy Truck, it's already been worked on, and in good driving condition. Boxed frame, 350/350, 8.8 rear end, chopped about 6" on the top and about a foot shortened on the bed. I have some things I already know that I'd like like to eventually do to it like putting in a manual transmission and other things, but in the first 1/2 year or so I'd just like to drive it around and get a feel for it before I start changing things up. I think I owe the truck that much, since it's a solid runner. The one thing I need to change sooner rather than later, is the seat. It's a bench seat and me being 6' tall, I have to hunch over to see down the road. There looks to be a good 4-6" of room that I can lower the seat, which should solve the hunching over. And I'll probably take the seat back and make it about 1/2 as thick as it is, so that I can be a bit more comfortable and sit back a bit. Before I start doing things to the seat, I'm curious what folks do for seating on chopped vehicles? I know 6" chop is probably nothing for a lot of extremely chopped vehicles, and seating must always be an issue. What do tall guys do for seating in shortened hot rods? I'm not really a hotrod guy, I've been in jeeps for a while now, oldest being a 46. So I'm new to 30's vehicles.