So I have a '24 TT C cab truck that is bone stock. I built it this way starting with just the cab that belonged to my great great uncle. For years it sat untouched in our basement after pulling it out of the barn when I was 13 years old. My father always wanted to build it as a hot rod with a bobbed bed, etc. I always envisioned it back to stock and after my dad passed away, I built it the way it is now. My problem now is that I built an AV8 pickup and the TT is, well, slow and sitting a lot more than it used to. The urge to sell it is growing not only due to a loss of interest but also the declining values of stock T's and TT's and the need to have an 8' garage door just to get it inside. I've been kicking around the idea of selling the chassis and using the cab (which is the only part that has sentimental value) to build more of my dad's vision of it. This would be an early style build with an Olds or Buick engine, '37 Buick trans with Olds tail shaft, open drive banjo rear, hoodless, fenderless, etc. I have many of the parts and it would be a fun build since there is minimal bodywork needed. It is my decision in the end but it would be interesting to hear what others would do in this situation. I hate to take apart a piece of history but I also worry about what will happen to it when I no longer own it and fewer people take an interest in a stock Ford one ton truck.