If you are a purist, you may as well click the little "back" button on your browser now, and save shedding some big ol' crocodile tears right now. . . . . . . . . . . . . I picked up 2 1936 trucks a couple weeks ago. One is a C-30 and the other is a C-40. Both are currently configured as dump trucks, but not for long. We went up to look and strike a deal, and found them like this: We made the deal, and went back up the following Saturday and picked them up. The owner had pulled them out of the weeds, and they were worse then we'd originally thought, but still okay for what we paid, I think. So, we loaded them up and headed for home. Here's a pic to show a general size of them, parked here at home beside a 2001 Yukon: They aren't real big. The plan with these is going to be to build what I want, and to heck with everyone else. I'm gonna build a bed for it, and make a pick-up out of the two. The cab and stuff is the same on these as the pick-ups are (one hood is longer, though). I've got a 400+hp 350 SBC engine and a full manual reverse valve body 700r4 here for it (OH NOOOOOOOOOOO!), and I have an S10 chassis that I may use the front suspension from, if it works width-wise. I'm going to chop 3-4" out of the top, and lower it down as close to the weeds as I can get it with the fenders still on. The paint colors and little stuff keeps changing in my head, but I think I'm gonna go with gloss black all over, with a simple orange pinstripe and orange wheels with chrome triple diamond baby moons on it. The black paint is just to prove to myself that I can do it...these suckers are RUSTY. I want to prove that I can get the pitted up sheet metal to look good under unforgiving black paint. So, the build will be a looong one, I'l afraid, but I will document it here in this thread. More pics here for those interested.