here she is shortly after coming home... $50 invested at this point... gutted the interior, and took the bed off, it was a little rusty. $50 junkyard score... installed. had to modify the crossmembers under the bed a bit to get it to sit level ont he frame. interior before and after crush bar. the seat is from the 9C1 Caprice i scored for $200, and stripped for the LT1/4L60E/Disc braked 10 bolt. the shifter is a derby specific shifter, which has a pin to prevent it from going into park. drive to reverse, just pull or push on the shifter, no worries of accidentally finding park. the crush bar is built from 2 x 4 x 1/4 wall steel tubing, tied directly to the frame at the back of the cab, and down the kick panels, and another piece between the door posts and the frame. not going to move any time soon... unfortunately i dont have any pics of it after it was painted up and straight. went for a solid black truck, with only my number (28) on the doors in white, a sponsor down one bedside, and the words "Back In Black" across the tailgate. truck looked VERY mean sitting on the trailer. when i pulled into the venue and fired it to back it off the trailer, a small crowd gathered to see what i had. fortunately, my pipes were short enough, and the holes in the hood were tight enough that you really couldnt see down inside to see that it was just a stock 305 with a set of stacks on it, and i threw my jacket over my shifter, my helmet (Black Simpson Bandit) covered the switch panel nicely as well. looked like i really had a built machine, in reality, it was pretty basic.