Basic formula old truck cab, internal roll cage, bucket seats, tube doors, tube the front in place of sheetmetal (with a little bit of sheetmetal and a hood still there), tube frame for the bed area w/ built in tool storage, Dually Dana 60 and Dana 70 w/4.56 gears, 37" tires, H1 beadlocks, 6.2L diesel... This is a slight variation to a plan I dreamed up a few years ago. The cab: 1948-50 Ford F1 cab, rust free, very minimal dents only hack I found was where the dash gauges mount and I'll be replacing that with a custom gauge panel anyway. The frame: I am thinking solid axle 1980-85 Toyota pickup frame for light weight and ease of running a solid axles w/ leaf springs. Found what was left of a 1982 Toyota pickup this week and stripped the cab, bed and sheetmetal off of it already. The axles, wheels and tires I already have. Been under my M1028 for the last couple years but geared too low for a tow rig and the truck was too big to build as a wheeler in the long run. I'll probably replace the axles with a 3.73 geared 10b/14FF combo and sell it off as a rolling chassis. This weekend I need to finish wiring my garage for 240V and run a few new 120V outlets as well. Then I will start applying some herculiner to the cab interior, possibly pickup some paint for the cab exterior as well. If time allows I will take the frame down for a trip thru the car wash.