During my first build, when I was looking, all I found was a TT truck cab and it was in VERY sad shape. I looked for a while and gave up. "Just save up a few thousand." A lot of guys are trying to step into this the best way they can. Asking someone to save up a few thousand dollars for a shell that needs work, is asking a lot. Especially when that money will get them a frame, body and running gear. I'd love to find a steel body for my next one, but all I've found so far was over priced junk, cheap junk and usually, nothing at all. As for history.... fiberglass bodies being manufactured in the late 50's and early 60's gives them enough history for me... and a lot of other guys. Plus, if I do find a decent steel body, I'll either have to learn how to do body work or source it out. Sorry, I'm not going to experiment on something I may not be able to replace. Guys like you and Blue One, I admire. You had the resources and talent to bring back an original. Congrats. But don't make it sound like it's as easy as buying flour and baking a cake. So, I'm looking for steel, but so far, at the money I'm working with, I'll probably end up with 'glass and build the best I can.