Have not been here in a while since we moved from CA to ID. We dragged our non running, cracked block R110 with us. Found a '54 L120 with a good block and what seems like good compression. The L120 is, well was, a duel rear wheel setup with 6-lug wheels. I've moved my R120 rear axle over to the '54. Removed the overload springs, replaced the bushings, brake job, new drums etc. Plan on swapping the front spindles so it will be 5-lug all around. I pulled the plugs and the motor turned over smooth as glass by hand. Put the plugs back one at a time and the compression got stiffer with each plug. This is going to be a sunny day driving truck. Finally to the question(s). These are both 12v trucks right? Battery is missing from the '54 and the cables are a mess. The motors look the same, but the distributors must be different since the caps & rotors are two different heights. Just a little different from each other. The distributors should be interchangeable, right? I was going to pull them both and pick the best one and rebuild it. I'd like to get the '54 motor fired up, "hot wired" I guess since there is no key. Is there a procedure for "hot wiring" one of these? I just want to hear it run for a minute or so. Yes, I already put fresh oil in it. Is all the glass on the wing windows etc the same on the 53 & 54? This is a '54 . . right?