The company that was building the 35-36 glass body was on a ranger frame. The back of the cab was notched on both sides for the Ranger frame because the frame sits higher in that area. You can put a 35 on the Ranger frame and do the same notch in the back of the cab. but you still have to make mounts for all the rest of the body parts. Either way, its a lot of work.
That company was out of Florida and used to advertise on street Rodder about 10 years ago.
Car frames (35-40) are the same except for 4 body mounts welded on the outside. Pickup frames (35-41) were the same as car frames but without the body mounts. The pickup cab is mounted on the frame through a piece of wood shaped to match the curve of the frame and the straight body floor.
I have 35 truck thats been waiting its turn for 21 years. Just got 2 many toys ahead of it.
Last edited by 2-manytoyzs; 12-13-2006 at 11:50 PM.