those are all over the place in california, but they do it to jap trucks, not
fine works of art like the AD series. The top of the cab is part of the
structural integrity to hold eveything together in an accedent
> I thought that convertible trucks were not legal to drive on the highway.
> I tried to look it up, but forget where I heard it.
> Sounds like a great idea though.
> David Edwards
> 1954 3100 5 Window
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Brad Newman <email@example.com>
> To: oletrucks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Saturday, April 15, 2000 9:49 AM
> Subject: [oletrucks] future project
> | As the completion of a 2 year, frame off restoration of my stock 49
> | comes into view, I'm already looking for my next project, and would like
> | ya'lls opinion.
> | My son is 13, and is already trying to convince me that we need to find
> | him a truck and start working on it for his first vehicle. He, of
> | course, would like more of a rod than a stocker, which is fine by me,
> | and somewhere along the line he got it in his head that he would like a
> | convertible AD! I have seen a couple of these in different magazines,
> | and must admit they looked pretty sharp. I have found a 54 3 window cab
> | that is in pretty good shape everywhere except for the roof, so its a
> | good candidate if I decide to do this.
> | Has anyone ever attempted this? Am I getting in over my head? There is a
> | company here in Dallas that will make both hard tops (glass) and soft
> | tops for any vehicle, so that part is easy. It seems pretty straight
> | forward, but I'm the guy that originally thought that my frame off on
> | the 49 would take about 6 months. What do ya'll think?
> | Thanks
> | Brad
> | oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
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