I've got a co-worker that bought a bucket o'rust ('52 model)a few years ago and was "Mr. Gung-ho" about it. He's run into some problems with it and I'm afraid it will turn into an unfortunate statistic. His frame looks awesome (Fatman Fab set-up for a V-8). Awesome work on the frame. Problem is, he made the fatal mistake of thinking that he could buy all of the patch panels, weld them in, and viola, "better than new" truck. Problem is, he cut the floor board out and the bottom half of the firewall, and then heard that gut-wrenching sound that only happens when an unsupported cab flexes because it has not been temporarily boxed-in. He's seen the pics of my truck and now thinks that I'm the "go-to" guy. I don't know what to tell him. Guys, put your "thinking caps" on and give me some good, solid advise to help this guy out. I'd hate to think that this truck will end up in a salvage yard due to total frustration.