Kevin I am doing my first full restoration. It’s a 1933 International 1 1/2 ton ( I know I jumped into this neck deep for a first resto!) Well so far I have done almost every thing my self. So I do not want to stop now. So with the engine, transmission and the frame almost done, I am getting ready to start on the cab I have to replace the wooden frame in the cab first. Then I will start on the sheet metal. So my questions are when do you decide that there is to much damage and to cut and patch, is there a rule of thumb? And if I decide it is to much for me to do. Is there some tips you have for looking for a good body shop.
Kevin H. 1933international.blogspot.com