Okay... Its just about ready to go back out into the shop and hopefully become a runner and driver before the end of summer. However, I have been kicking it around and I'm not sure whether or not I should box the frame. It's a '29 Model AA frame (Dubble AA) that has the stock '29 axle with '46 F1 spindles and will have a disc brake conversion on it. The rear is a Ford 9" out of a mid '70s pickup, using the original frame mount brakets - I salvaged them from the donor by cutting the rivets off the frame - then pinching the springs at the front allowing everything to be bolted to the frame. In the process, I shortened the wheelbase about 12-14", and now the rear springs are attached to the narrowed section of the rear frame - where is tapers to about 2" veritcally - and a 3/8" angle bracket to attach the lower section of the braket. The frame runs from a narrow stock type A frame front, gradually widening to about 6" in front of the cab and through the mid section of the frame, and then tapers down to about 2-2 1/2" at the rear section. I do eventually intend to place 3/8" thick piece of steel in the center of the rear frame rails that was given to me and has a lazer cut Ford script in it. I figure I'll back it with a brake/tail light, and the fact that it has a cut out for a receiver hitch will make it kind of cool too. I plan to run an '89 basically stock 350 with a 700R4, single quad tunnel ram and possibly even a very mild - possibly an RV type - cam. Nothing radical, as I plan for it to be a 10-11month out of the year daily driver, being only not driven when the weather is at its worst. So, knowing this, I ask you - the knowledge gods - should I box the frame? I'd rather not, but I defer to those who know more than I do.