Brilliant Lang, a bonanza of pictures including the GMC that is really a Diamond T (with a 351 in it no doubt?). Also, the Dodge with the metal finish looks so much like B for that I don't know whether I even need consider painting mine!?
Actually that Diamond T is a Ford F-350. He has spent a fortune (Crocodile skin tailored seats). The workmanship is as good as anything I have seen. It is registered as a Ford F-350 Model T! but on full rego.
Thanks for the extra information Lang. Hmmm, change cab and re-register . . . all regulations pertinent to the F350 addressed hopefully?
More power to the owner, and perhaps we could all be more open with our acceptance of what others are doing as there is a lot to learn looking at everything. NB
I'm not being negative mammoth, please don't take offence - it is not intended.
I think you will find putting an old cab on a modern vehicle is pretty easy so long as you keep all the original stuff such as steering column and all running gear. It must be pre-airbag (easier with commercial vehicles) as the new vehicle must meet the specs of the original which is impossible with airbags,
This is what the Allora truck has done - all original F-350 with new tinwork with seats and belts separately blue plated.