Here's my Trekker. Purchased from another active member here. I didn't even know these things existed until I saw his add in a local online classifieds. I don't have many photos of it before I started tearing it apart, but here ya go:
In the seller's driveway. I think this was the pic from the add:
I'm getting the exhaust heat shield patched today. Then it's on to the back cab rust repair. I'm not sure what to do there. I'm not a body guy. I had a body guy look at it and suggest cutting out the rusty areas, then patch using 3m panel bonder instead of welding. He said it would reduce the chances of warping. Any thoughts? Thanks!
if you have the tools to make the panels , 3M panel bonder is a GREAT option . I welded mine because you can get in there and re seal the back side , or well , at least I did ... have a peek in my build for the cab repairs I did